Directors: Nick Lawrence / Rachel Tucker
A terminal illness comedy and award-winning indie film working light entertainment to profound effect.
Randall Zimmerman (Eric Starkey) is a simple man who loves his job as a parking enforcement officer. When he discovers he is dying, he just wants everything to stay the way that it is. Unfortunately for Randall, his friends and family have other ideas. His best friend Jay (Topher Owen) urges him to “live life to the fullest” by going on crazy adventures. His girlfriend Sasha (Carrie Slaughter) wants to have his baby. And his mother Corinna (Rebekah Turner) tries to save his life with home cooking, yoga, and smothering love. Randall must find a way to help all of them fulfill their needs if he’s going to have any chance of achieving his own dying wish — fixing a meter that’s been broken for more than a year.
Produced by newcomers Nick Lawrence and Rachel Tucker, TIME EXPIRED is an award-winning indie film that consistently defies expectations. It is both a comedy and drama, a light entertainment and a profound meditation on the nature of existence. But most of all, it’s a crisp, fun story that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
AWARDS AND SCREENINGS
Worldfest-Houston (2011) — Winner, Silver Remi Award, Best Comedy Feature
Bare Bones International Film Festival (2011)
Temecula Valley International Film Festival (2011)
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