A Long Time Gone (2008) - Watch Online. Directed by Louie Denniston

Genres Crime     Drama     Short     Thriller    
IMDb rating
9/10
Director    
Writers Michael Burhan
Sarah Jane Davis (contributor)
Louie Denniston (lead writer)
Louie Denniston (story)
Sunita Pandit (contributor)
Danny Stewart (co-written by)
Cast                            
Country UK
Language English
Runtime 30 min
Plot Jason has just come back from doing time for his friend in prison. 3 years has gone by and he soon discovers he has lost everything including his much loved wife. returning to the memories of his past and the events of the fatal night he got sent down, his future has surely changed. Now his suspicions and paranoia lead him to madness that ultimately captivates his insanity.... search for A Long Time Gone on IMDb

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