Charles Afternoon knows what you had for dinner last night. He knows precisely what time you got out of bed this morning. He knows what your favorite song is, where you’d like to travel to, and who your real friends are. He even knows when you are going to die. You see, Charles Afternoon…..knows everything.
Mafia/Film Noir with a Surreal Twist. The third film from Director Eric Sparks The Boss stars Richard Crider as a classic mafia boss ruling over his own little empire. -- He is the Boss. He sits in his chair, a powerful man, as people come to ask for favors, or money, or advice, and gives it to them how he sees fit. Even his family take a back seat to "the business," but only his family know that he is really not the boss he thinks he is. It features a great jazz score by Rob Hemmick.
I made this film before I knew any actors. All of the people in the film are just friends of mine who wanted to do it for fun, or to help me out. They did a good job, for not being actors at all. Was fun to make. Shot it in jan/feb 2005, and it came out May 2005.
Similar to a Twilight Zone or Outer Limits episode in its plot. The film stars Kate Failor as Kate Owens, an everyday girl whose world gets turned upsidown when her boyfriend is supposedly killed in a plane crash. The only problem is that he was with her at her apartment when the plane took off.