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The Future Dead
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Living
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Sometimes two people can walk the same road, but never cross paths. Starring Laurence Sutton and Natalie Strong. Written and directed by Matthew Schutt. Featuring the song "Sunshine and Roses" by Wade Oxford. Series episode #2.
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Living  (5:34)
Sometimes two people can walk the same road, but never cross paths.
Identity Crisis (Part 2 of 4)  (8:07)
What is real? And what is not?
Identity Crisis (Part 1 of 4)  (7:13)
Who are you? Are you sure?
Identity Crisis (Part 4 of 4)  (7:20)
Why are you here? Who can you trust if you can't trust yourself?
Soggy Cereal  (9:54)
When you leave a bowl of cereal out for too long, it gets soggy.
Ease  (6:47)
Drifting back through the snapshots of your life takes surprisingly indifferent ease.
Identity Crisis (Full Version)  (29:38)
Who are you? Are you sure?
The Future Dead series trailer  (0:35)
Is it sketch comedy? Is it existentialist drama? Is it weird sci-fi? Yes, all of the above.
Identity Crisis (Part 3 of 4)  (9:57)
Where are the answers? And when will it all become clear?
Glue  (6:27)
It's what holds everything together.
Cheer Up, Sleepy Jean  (7:35)
A teenage girl who has lost her family is cheered up by her crazy uncle at the funeral.
Beached  (3:57)
When civilization pushes into the wilderness, the wilderness pushes back.
Standing Still  (9:41)
If you're not following your dreams, you're just standing still.
Homeschool Reunion  (9:02)
They say you can't go home again. That's probably for the best.
Another Hotel Room, 2:17 A.M.  (9:58)
Every hotel room has its secrets. Have a pleasant stay.
My Husband Is So Hot  (4:17)
Consider some important safety tips for your spouse and vehicles this summer season.
Siggy's Mother's Day Present  (8:00)
It’s just a typical Mother's Day visit home... for Sigmund Freud!
Beast of Burden  (9:45)
Moo.
Let Me In  (3:18)
Official music video for the song "Let Me In" by Kelly Dalton.
Patients  (3:51)
It's Christmas in the waiting room from Hell.
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