Synopsis: RUN is a fast-paced, action/thriller, which centers on a street smart, 17-year-old named Daniel who practices Parkour and is both hero and thief.
Director(s): Simone Bartesaghi
Production: Intrinsic Value Films
  1 win.
90 min

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The next time you let

them on, turn it off.


Who's that?

That was my sister.

She's crazy. Don't say

I didn't warn you.

About those rules,

should I follow

my instincts here?

What happened to her arm?

New fashion.

So, look, you're

the newbie here, right?

Normally I'd spend some

time kicking your ass,

but since you saved

mine this morning,

I'm going to give you

the grand tour instead.

I-I appreciate that but...

But what?

I-I got...

Hear this kid?



Yo, what's up?

Yo, what's up man.

How you doing?

Yo, this is a newbie. Deshawn.

Uh, we'll give you

the grand tour.

I'm sorry.

Yeah, you-you guys

are right.

Look, what's the first stop?

Uh, well.

Uh, what about the cafeteria?

Ah, I like you, man. You got

your priorities straight.

You know Jeremiah.

He's old school.

Betrayed the business,

betrayed the family.

This is just a misunderstanding.

It's-it's an oversight.

Saved by the bell.

Who's this?


Mikaley. It's been a

long time, my friend.

How are you?

Blast from the past.

You know what they say.

Live free or die, right?


Where are you?

Listen, uh, Lucius, I need

you to do me a favor, okay?

If you can arrange a meeting

between me and Jeremiah.

Arrange for a truce.

You know it wasn't me who

pulled that trigger, Lucius.

You were there. Just plain

old Luke these days.

And I don't anymore.

I wish I could believe you.

Can you do it?

For old time's sake?

I can't promise you anything.

You know Jeremiah.

He never forgets.

Do the best you can, okay?

I'll call you.


He's a tough little bastard.

Says he doesn't know a thing.



Could you track a number for me?

No, I'm betting it's local.

Yo, you good?

Yeah, it's nothing.

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