Party (1994 film)
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Eric Swelstad|
|Produced by||Johnnie J. Young
Gary Coleman (associate producer)
|Written by||Jay Woelfel|
|Music by||Christopher Farrell|
|Editing by||Jay Woelfel|
|Release dates||August 23, 1995|
|Running time||30 minutes|
Party is a 1994 short film starring Gary Coleman, Floyd Harden, DeAnna Hawkins, Ron Litman and Greg Nassief. The film was directed by Eric Swelstad and produced by Johnnie J. Young of J&E Studio Productions, from a script by Jay Woelfel based on a story by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
A hangman, a prostitute, a thief and a drunk try to make some sense out of the revelation that they are the last four people on earth. When a mysterious figure appears out of the desert claiming to be God, it sets off a chain of events which finally does answer their questions, but not necessarily in the way they had hoped.
- The filmmakers built a full-size functioning gallows in the middle of the Mojave Desert for the film's production.
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