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  1. Enough!

    Enough!

    Product Code: E98000

    • Drama
    • High School | College | Community
    • 2 any gender.

      Livestream and Record & Stream Rights Available

    • 10 min.
    Using various methods of persuasion and intimidation, a homeless beggar insists a comfortable capitalist share their wealth and power. Learn More
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  2. Recalculating

    Recalculating

    Product Code: RF2000

    • Comedy | Drama
    • College | Community | Professional
    • 1 to 2m., 3 to 5w.

      Livestream and Record & Stream Rights Available

    • 35 min.
    Financially strained art dealers Libby and Beth take an automobile ride across a big city to a rendezvous during which they appear engaged in the illegal sale of stolen fossils. Their trip is comically punctuated by the unctuous female voice of the GPS unit on the dashboard, which begins to make cryptic remarks that seem less concerned with geography and more with the course of Libby and Beth's lives, ultimately leading them to make a significant decision. Learn More
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