A young boy torments his uptight babysitter.
BIO: Jack Fessenden has been making movies since he was 7 years old with the help of his filmmaking parents. His short film Riding Shotgun had its world premiere at the 2013 Woodstock Film Festival. It was followed by All For One and The Adults, also premiering at WFF 2014. Jack's films have used different genres to explore the complications of friendship. Jack spends a lot of his time in Upstate New York, the setting of many of his films, and where many of his collaborators reside. He is currently working on his first feature film, Stray Bullets, shot in Upstate New York in the Woodstock area during the summer of 2015. Jack firmly believes it is essential to understand all aspects of the filmmaking process, which is why he writes, directs, edits, produces, composes, and acts in almost all of his movies.
Cast/Featuring: Raphael Pierson-Sante, Hendrix Bruno, Mimi Goese, Mark Lerner
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