The Little Death (film)

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the little Death
Directed by Morgan Nichols
Produced by Eric Pulier
Morgan Nichols
Lonnie Zion
David S. Danesh
Written by Laura Lee Bahr
Starring Laura Lee Bahr
Oded Gross
Chris Butler
G. Maximilian Zarou
Cinematography David S. Danesh
Release date
Running time
89 minutes
Country United States
Language English

the little Death (sometimes listed as The Little Death) is a 2006 American micro-budget mystery-thriller directed by Morgan Nichols. It stars Chris Butler, Laura Lee Bahr, Oded Gross, G. Maximilian Zarou, and tells the story of a man who attempts to find a mysterious box hidden by his father in an L.A. apartment. Atlanta Film Festival director Jake Jacobson called the little Death "a beautiful mystery-thriller done on a shoestring."[1]


Seventeen years ago, Sam (Chris Butler)'s father hid a mysterious box in the walls of apartment 1412, and now Sam has come to Los Angeles to claim it. But the rooms have been renumbered and Sam's hunt soon leads him into the world of a mysterious young woman in what is ultimately "a sinister tale of a very unmerry Christmas."


  • Laura Lee Bahr as Audrey / Angel
  • Chris Butler as Sam
  • G. Maximilian Zarou as Jr. Detective Hal Gerard
  • Oded Gross as Buddy / Stacey

Awards, honors, and festivals[edit]


Critic Curt Holman wrote "Director Morgan Nichols displays an eerie, deadpan style reminiscent of David Lynch or Barton Fink-era Coen Brothers."[6]


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