Synopsis: U.S. Marine Nelson Sanchez has run out of time. After being honorably discharged and returning to his economically depressed hometown, Nelson must face the consequences of the violent past he thought he had escaped. Trying desperately to survive the day, Nelson charts an unlikely path to redemption. In a place where the only options appear to be the street or the military, 11:55 captures a young man's escape from the cycles of violence that have defined him.
Genre: Crime, Drama
Director(s): Ari Issler, Ben Snyder
Production: Gravitas Ventures
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
80 min

- Yeah, it looks good.

- Well, it's yours.

- No.

- Hey, I want you to have it.

- It's not me.

But it looks good on you.

- You know I moved.

- No. Where you at now?

I bought a house over

in south Hadley.

- For real?

- Mm-hmm.

- You're moving on up.

- It's a really cute place.

- You should stop by. -You brought

the birds with you, right?

Of course.

They love it out there.

- What did you learn out in the marines?

- I learned a lot.

- Oh, yeah?

- Mm-hmm.

- Know about computers?

- Computers?

Yeah, in the commercials

they're all on the computers.

Nah, not me.

What employable skills

do you currently possess?

I know about heavy artillery.

- You gonna re-enlist?

- I don't think so.

- Thought about jobs?

- No, but I need to.

Do you know why Dominicans

make great drug dealers? Hmm?

Because they know

how to talk to people.

In the '80s, Colombians,

they had all the product

but zero people skills.

Boricuas, Peruvians...

No one knew how

to talk to black people.

Dominicans can sell anyone.

Black, white, purple, brown.

In this business, it's all

about personal relationships.

I could use a man like you.

How do you feel about

steering the ship?

- Me?

- I need someone I can trust.

What do you say, Nelson?

Your own enterprise.

I appreciate the offer.

I really do.

But I'm trying to do

something else right now.

Like what?

Settle down, have a family.

- You're a family man.

- That's the plan.

Okay. It's a good plan.

Silver frame, half-tint, non-polarized

photochromatic lenses."

Yo, you not looking, though.

I seen 'em. They a'ight.

Nah, but check it, though.

All nigga. Two-for-one, kid.

Only two fifty.

- And you got two of the same?

- Nah, one's for you, kid.

- Nah.

- We can rock 'em together.

I don't want

the same glasses as you.

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