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

We'd also like to take a moment

to recognize our military servicemen

and women flying with us today.

On behalf of this entire crew,

we thank you for your service

and welcome you home.

As we begin our initial descent,

please make sure your seat backs

and tray tables are in their...

Can you gift wrap this for me?

We don't do that.

Ohh! Aah!

I baked you a cake,

you little shit.

What are you doing here already?

- I got in early.

- No shit, you got in early.

- I'm throwing you a surprise party.

- For real?

You better fuckin'

act surprised.

- Where you going?

- Nowhere.

- Get over here.

- What?

Shut up.

Let me look at you.

You look skinny.

You lost weight?

I don't know.

Oh, wow.

Look at you.

What is that?

Gimme a real hug.

Hey, I got something for you.

- Thanks, Nelly.

- What? You don't like it?

Your niece ain't a kid anymore.

So I'll keep it, then.

I'll get you something else.

What you want, condoms?

Don't say that to her.

- Go put on your dress blues.

- Come on, Ange.

- I just got in.

- I don't care.

- They're all wrinkly.

- So fuckin' iron them.

- And the white gloves.

- I ain't wearing the gloves.

Yes you are. I like them.

They're nice.

I gotta go see Livvy.

No, you don't.

- Why not?

- Ma, think the cake's done.

- Because it's a surprise party.

- You invited her, right?

- Of course I did.

- Ma!

- What?

- The cake's burning!

So take it out, mama.

Ha ha ha!

- Oh, shit! What up?

- Yo, when you got back?

- Just now, man.

Damn, welcome home.

When's the parade?

You deserve a parade, my nigga.

- Where's Cezar?

- Let me shape you up.

They don't got

no barber shops in Iraq?

- Afghanistan. -It's all long-ass

Taliban beards n' shit?

Hey, yo, how many a-rabs

you shot out there?

C'mon, man.

Why you ask me that?

Yo, sit down.

Let me cut you up.

- I'll see you later.

- No, no, no. Wait, wait.

What's up?

You don't trust me?

Tell Cezar I'll be back.

You not happy,

you don't gotta pay.

I'm not happy,

I got a fucked up cut.

Free, I do it for free,

so c'mon, man.

Cezar's my barber.

You know my shit is Gucci.



Mmm. Damn.


- You smell so good.

- I need to take a shower.

Nah. Don't take a shower

ever again.

It's crazy to hear your voice.

Like, in person.

You sound different

on the phone.

How did I sound?

I can't explain.


- And sexy.

- That's 'cause I was at work.

I like it when

you talk like that.

Get off of me.

- Where you gonna live now?

- With you.

Our place is kinda small.

So let's get

a bigger place, then.

- You don't like my place?

- No, I do.

- You said this place is...

- No one helped me move.

I had to hire these guys

and they broke my desk.

Why didn't you tell me?

I would've had people come.

I couldn't reach you.

So what you need moved?

Let's move things right now.

Want me to move this bed?


Welcome back, papi!

Hey. Shh.

It's supposed to be a surprise.

- Okay. I'll see you inside.

- Okay.

- How you doing?

- Fine.

You look beautiful.

She's beautiful.

Thank you.

He's coming.

He's coming!

He's coming. Shh.

Listen. Shh, be quiet.

Quiet, quiet, quiet.

He's coming.

He's coming. Shhh.

Come here, come here.

Shh! Shh.



All grown up.

- You're so cute.

- Pick me.

Here you go.

Oliver, all right.

We're gonna look at the camera

and we're gonna say "cheese."


- No, you don't.

- Ow.

- My man.

- Maury.

Hey, you know you were

missed out here.

Yeah, well,

I'm happy to be home.

- How you been?

- These are interesting times.

Yeah, that's a nice hat.

- You like this?

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