Synopsis: A short flight on a small plane over the Kankakee County.
Director(s): Benjamin Lemenager
4 min

Not so fast

Come on

Climb Fatso, climb.

Don't fall on us or we'll die.

I'm slipping

Put your foot here.

Now go.

Go on you cow...



Fatso, you eat too much.

I got tired giving him a leg up.

You're no less...

Did you see yourself?

At least I did it on my own.

He almost crushed us.

Did you see his legs

dangling in mid air?

I'm hungry...

Forget it fatso. We're already late.

Thanks to this idiot,

I've started pronouncing it

'Filum' instead of film.

Walk on the side.

Four tickets please...

Quickly, give me your money.


- Twenty...

My twenty...


- Don't have any...

You're so cheap...

Why are you always like this?

Keeps eating, that's why...

Lets go, quick...

Hurry hurry...

It's just started.

Look at those...

Here Fatso.

This is a grape...

A very ripe grape...

Her name is 'Desire'

And she desires...

A young and handsome man...

Look at that...

Who will love her...

And enjoy the juice of this grape.

What a beauty...

Look behind...

- Why?

There's another movie going on.

Where's your wife?


Excuse me.


You are very beautiful...

Oh Shit!

- What?

It's Mr. Rathod. The Moustache.

Run! It's the Moustache.

Bengali get up.

Look who it is...


Run Fatso! Run fast.


Come on, fast!

Stop! Benoy...

Benoy... Rohan...

What was Moustache doing there?

Watching the movie, what else?

Did he recognize us?

He was calling you

by your name, idiot!

Benoy... Benoy...

Oh shit! He has a moped.

Should've punctured the tyres.

Why didn't you think of that before?

What if he complains?

If we reach school before

him he can't do anything.

Run. Come on, run Manu...

This time we're dead.

Don't think too much...

What happened?

- Lets see...


He twisted his ankle.

And no one here to

straighten it out.

Shut up Bengali.

You guys carry on.

I'll get back on my own.

How? Will you fly?

Moustache will get you expelled.

And he'll throw you a parade?

Come on, lift him up.

Walk slowly...



Oh Shit!


Come on. Hurry!

Benoy... do something...

Fatso lift his leg...

Hurry, you fat cow.

Run run run

See you at school!

He's gone...

What did you do, Junior?

Didn't finish my tasks.

That's it?

They sent you to Heady for that?

And what did you do?

Went to town for a film last night.


He broke his leg.


Our luck ran out...


Don't know...

You got caught?

No. We're here to kiss Heady.

What will your father do?

Break whatever bones I have left.

My father will send me to

my grandmother in Singur...

to study in a government school...

if it still exists...

My father will be reading the news...

He'll ask, "You're home?"

I'll say, "Yes, it's vacation time".

He'll ask, "When do you go back?"

I'll say, "When they phone."


We don't have a phone at home.

And you?


The boy is asking what

your father will do.

No idea...

I haven't seen him for eight years.


What was the name?

Whose name sir?

Name of the film.



Kanti Shah's "Grapes."

Last year you left

all the taps running...

We had to evacuate the whole hostel.

No sir, that was two years ago...

Last year it was the fans...

Sorry sir.

I just spoke to your father Muninder.

We got a phone at home?

Shut up!

What did my father say?

He's coming to get you himself.

He's going to kill me sir.

Please... one last chance...

Stand straight.


This is the third

time you've been caught.

Your parents have been informed.

They're waiting for you at home.

You are expelled.

No Sir please Sir.

Dismissed. All of you.

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John Gatins

John Gatins (born April 16, 1968) is an American screenwriter, director, and actor. He is credited with writing and directing Dreamer and writing Coach Carter, Real Steel, and Flight, among others. As an actor, he has collaborated three times with Eddie Murphy. more…

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