Career Goal (2010) - Watch Online. Directed by Paul Sparkes

Genres Comedy     Short    
Writers Paul Coppack
Paul Sparkes
Country UK
Language English
Runtime UK:3 min
Plot ... search for Career Goal on IMDb

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  • Career Goal (2010) - IMDb

    Directed by Paul Sparkes. With Paul Coppack, Ranj Nagra, Sarah Scully. A short film about the career pursuit of Mr. Ross. Despite his interesting opportunities handed to him from his recruitment officer, he struggles to find real job satisfaction.

  • 'Career Goal' 3 Minute Short Film for on Vimeo

    'Career Goal' follows the career pursuit of Mr. Ross. ... from Paul Sparkes 4 years ago Not Yet Rated 'Career Goal' follows the career pursuit of Mr. Ross. No matter how interesting the opportunity, he struggles to find what would give him real job satisfaction.

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