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A recently dumped Alastor gets humiliated by a party girl, and meets with a hooded figure to plot his vengeance.

Writing "Retribution" surfaced from one thought I had: "Can good people escape from doing bad things?"
Everyone relates to struggling with morality, and I enjoyed the concept of materializing the voices for temptation, anger, and concern.
My hope for the audience includes a thoughtful discussion on why people do bad things and how we can work to prevent these thoughts!

Joshua Bowen, a former bassoonist and drum captain, often writes movies that play with a stylistic rhythm. Music and spirituality influence his direction and shape his themes, telling stories that are honest but fun. His movies have received festival acceptances and won awards. His goal is to become a feature director and share the same joy he receives in the theater. more...

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