Defective

Synopsis: Set in the near future where Rhett Murphy and his estranged sister Jean are forced to flee from a militant police state after witnessing the dark secrets of a nefarious corporation.
Director(s): Reese Eveneshen
Production: Uncork'd Entertainment
 
IMDB:
3.8
NOT RATED
Year:
2017
101 min
Website
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(DIGITAL BEEPING)

(DIGITAL HUMMING)

FEMALE COMPUTER VOICE: Good morning Rhett.

Good morning Rhett Murphy.

Friendly reminder that

you currently have

two strikes issued against

you as well as two warnings.

Please monitor and keep track

of these for your well being.

Please update calendar

for further scheduling.

The State Enforcement

Agency would like

to remind you that there

is a very important

live address from Ora Green

at 11 a.m. this morning.

Please tune in at

your convenience.

For further information

please a... (CLICKS OFF)

(SIGHS)

MAN:
(ON TABLET) off the charts.

What the S.E.A. is

offering is structure.

What the S.E.A. is

offering, more importantly,

is a hopeful future.

Yeah, but at what

cost, the taxpayers?

Do they see the amount of

money that's being spent?

Do they see the new

Liberty death drones

the S.E.A. is popping out?

It's not going to be

a matter of waking up

in the morning, looking

outside and saying,

geez what a beautiful day,

let's go out and enjoy it.

It's going to be a preserver

of the peace in your face

saying yes, it's going

to be a beautiful day.

Yes, you can enjoy it,

under these guidelines.

JOSHUA:
(ON TV)

I'm sorry but I have to disagree.

I think that people

like to create fantasies

out of situations like

this when you... (TURNS OFF)

(ELECTRONIC WHIRRING)

Um, excuse me.

Are you in the right spot?

Yeah, I think so.

Is Catherine not

coming in today?

Oh, uh.

Yeah, that.

I thought people knew already.

I...

on.

Thanks.

I'm sorry.

Alright, wonderful

first impression.

(KEYS JINGLING)

(OMINOUS MUSIC)

(CARS HONKING)

(JET ROARING)

MAN:
(ON TV)

Okay, let's talk in broad strokes here.

Alright, this is a safe place.

This is for those

haters out there.

I think the penultimate

choice we have to make

(RATTLING)

as a body politic is to

be united as a whole.

I really don't

see any other way.

And that's the other thing,

these things take time.

I mean this isn't supposed

to happen overnight.

I feel like we have

people out there

losing faith in the system.

I mean when did it get

to this point, seriously?

I'm asking you, when did we make

the choice to stop

having patience?

Scratch that, patience, well,

it's not really the right word.

Belief, maybe?

Yeah, I don't know, but

I know that there was

a time when we would

take things day by day

(CLEARS THROAT)

knowing, that the outcome

would e worth the wait.

You just don't see that anymore.

Now, this is the point

where I'll get people

calling in bringing up

these reports, right?

I mean, I should

say alleged reports

of violence and

intimidation by the S.E.A..

This is non-essential

(GASPING) Who are you?

MAN:
(ON TV) Fear mongering by a group of

people that actively

right change.

(THUDDING)

There's absolutely no proof

to any of these claims.

I live in a condo

complex on the south end

and prior to this so-called

intrusion by the S.E.A.,

we had weekly, if not daily,

break-ins with several

of the residents.

(PILLS RATTLING)

Now if we cut to now,

we haven't had a single

disturbance in at

least two years

(METAL RATTLING)

maybe even three, I love It.

These preservers

of peace set out

to do exactly what

they're here for.

I find them quite

welcoming myself.

I mean, I take great

comfort in even

walking past them on

the way to the bus stop,

on the way to the station, on

the way to the store, never...

(DOOR OPENING)

(METAL CLANGING)

(OMINOUS MUSIC)

Whoa, whoa.

(PANTING)

Are you okay?

Hey, hey, it's okay.

I know too much.

What?

I know everything.

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