After the Factory

Synopsis: The global economy is in crisis. More and more businesses are outsourcing their manufacturing. And former industrial towns-- whether they're in Ohio, Mississippi, or Poland-- are left ...
Director(s): Philip Lauri
Production: FilmBuff
 
IMDB:
7.3
NOT RATED
Year:
2012
44 min
Website
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I don't think so.

Exactly.

Okay, I love you.

Well, hello handsome.

And since I just moved

here a couple of years ago,

I don't know too many folks,

It sure is nice to...

Have someone to share a Thanksgiving meal with.

I just love to cook.

Well whatever pulls your hair back

honey, you're paying.

So, what are you a doctor?

Because there's some fancy ass

medical books you got there.

No, I ...

I just work at Buffalo Regional.

Well ...

Why don't we play doctors and nurses when I

get back from the little girl's room?

Okay. Yeah.

It's down the hall on the end.

Are you ready for me, baby?

Don't be shy now.

This is so disappointing.

When were you going tell me, you have ...

I take you off the streets

and offer you the chance to create something,

rather than destroy it!

- And this is how you pay me in return?

- Please, I'll do anything you want!

No, no!

A committed relationship is

between a man and a woman.

How did you think this was ever

going to work out?

What are you talking about?

Come on ...

It's okay. I'm doing you a favor.

Do everyone a favor.

We're returning to the crime in a case that has puzzled

Buffalo law enforcement for the past 3 years.

Authorities this afternoon announced the closing down

of a once high profile investigation.

Which begun with the disappearance of

Donnelly was the first of seven sex workers

to go missing from downtown Buffalo

over a three year period.

With all the alleged abductions taking place during

the winter months of November through March.

A nurse at Buffalo Regional hospital, Darrell Kennedy

was initially named by authorities

as a person of interest,

but was eventually cleared of all involvement.

While officials claim budget restraints

are forcing the allocation

of resources to other cases,

sources close to the investigation

blame the failure of detectives

to locate a body

It's bullshit cut and run politics Kelsey.

They're thinking shut this guy down

with a press conference.

Take a look out there.

Seven out of seven were taken in the snow.

Seven out of Seven.

- Are you listening to me, or what?

- I'm not deaf, Mike.

You think these guys would be

shutting it down if it was their daughter?

I don't fucking think so.

- What, you're not going to fight this?

- Hey!

I was the dumbass who fought

to be on this case, remember?

What a great move that turned out to be.

Come on, it's Thanksgiving

for Christ's sake!

Be thankful.

Let it go for one night.

Hang with family, eat too much,

pass out on the couch, easy stuff.

What are you, my nanny?

My life coach?

There's alot you don't

know about me, detective.

Don't even think about it.

Abby would never forgive you

if you didn't come in.

We've got a ton of paperwork

to get done.

The sooner we get it done,

the sooner we can move on from this.

Will you listen to yourself?

You're obsessed.

You've got to let it go.

Come in for a drink.

Come on.

One drink going to kill you?

There really is no point in even having

this discussion

because dinner is about

to be on the table.

So if you could just come and help me,

that would be great.

Mom, please.

Tad's whole family invited me over.

You're going to have to tell Tad's whole family

that you're spending Thanksgiving

with your own family.

Hey, surprise, surprise!

Hey!

This is a surprise.

Mike didn't tell me you were able to make it.

Who cares?

Finally somebody cool.

I'm not staying, I just wanted to come in

and say happy Thanksgiving.

Come on, relax.

There's plenty to go around, right Shelley?

Yes, you could have my plate,

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