My Ambition

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My Ambition
Directed by Keith Dinielli
Written by Richard Matheson
Keith Dinielli
Starring Johnny Simmons
Bernard Zilinskas
Brooke Morgan
Release dates May 14, 2006 (at the "Director's Cut Film Festival")
Running time 8 minutes
Language English
Budget $25,000 (estimated)

My Ambition is a 2006 short film produced by k2 Productions. Based on the Richard Matheson short story "Blood Son", it was written for the screen and directed by Keith Dinielli.

Plot[edit]

In this short film a young man, Jules Walter, gets kicked out of school because he has an unhealthy obsession with vampires. While spending time at a local zoo, Jules manages to steal a bat and sneak it away to an old shack by the rail yards. It is there that Jules' obsession with vampires will lead to his demise.