|Genres||Comedy Crime Short|
|Cast||Maureen Barley Denice Wolf Robert Rust Elizabeth Lauren|
|Runtime||5 min, USA:5 min|
|Plot||Lisa's obsession with order, timeliness and routine are well suited for her accounting job at a local architect's office. Lisa relies on Helen, the receptionist, to keep things in order for her while Lisa is away. That arrangement is ideal, until Lisa's routine is altered by the disappearance of her red pen during her lunch break. Quick to react, Lisa interrogates co-workers. Will, the office clown, is first. On the outside, Lisa exhibits strained control through Will's declaration of innocence. Only in her mind can Lisa fantasize acting out a dark and satisfying retaliation, including eye jabs and a head slam, if Will indeed had her pen. Lisa continues her search with the office temp, Justin. Lisa grows impatient with his juvenile behavior, but does not crack her now fragile control. She does enjoy fantasizing Justin did took her pen and exactly what his face would look like smashed into his keyboard, repeatedly. Impatiently waiting for her other co-workers to return from a meeting, Lisa finds herself stuck, without order, control of her time or an ability to resume her routine. Finally Helen and Tracy return, and the real culprit is discovered. Before calm and order can return, Lisa fantasizes pushing the woman through a glass window. Though that would truly be satisfying for Lisa, it is more important that she have order restored now that her pen in within her grasp. Lisa can't resist, at the last moment, a little act of cheekiness. As her red pen is put back in its proper place, a palatable calm emits from Lisa, becoming more pronounced as the seconds tick by.... search for Ballpoint Fury on IMDb|
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