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A woman parks her car in a New York City parking lot which advertises a 12-hour special for $6. When she returns to the lot four minutes late, the attendant wants to charge her four times ... See full summary »

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Joie Lee (as Joie Susannah Lee)

Writer:

Joie Lee
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Credited cast:
Coati Mundi ... Hector
Billie Neal Billie Neal ... Samantha
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Mark Harris Mark Harris ... Michel
Stian Nilsen ... Impatient Customer
Alex Samuels Alex Samuels ... Man on Phone
Errol Sandiford Errol Sandiford ... Jean' Claude
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A woman parks her car in a New York City parking lot which advertises a 12-hour special for $6. When she returns to the lot four minutes late, the attendant wants to charge her four times as much. Her car becomes a flashpoint for this "New York City moment." Written by IboChild

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Short | Comedy

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Country:

USA

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10 February 2001 (USA) See more »

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Final film of Billie Neal. See more »

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This is an excellent short film which doesn't pretend to be a feature.
8 March 2002 | by sienaberrySee all my reviews

This is an excellent short film. I have endured several years of either producing, viewing or judging short films at festivals, and this is one of the best I've seen.

A woman gets trapped in a situation of not having enough money to pay her parking fee, wanting to get her SUV out of this New York City parking lot, and a belligerent, determined and unsympathetic parking attendant who wants his money. (Coati Mundi is brilliant in this role). When she finally maneuvers driving out of the lot, we share in her victory.

With a running time of 6 minutes SNAPPED delivers a beginning, middle and end of a complete story. There are no gratuitous crane shots, it does not pretend to be a feature nor a trailer for the feature based on the short. It is entertaining, engaging and the audience can sympathize with the character especially if you've ever parked a car in a New York City parking lot.


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