The Recall

Synopsis: When five friends vacation at a remote lake house they expect nothing less than a good time, unaware that planet Earth is under an alien invasion and mass-abduction.
Director(s): Mauro Borrelli
Production: Freestyle Releasing
  1 win.
90 min

I am filing a grievance

with the union on this.


I mean, double overtime

on labor day? Ugh!

View ain't too shabby

though, huh?

Sure, but I'd still

rather spend time with the fam.

You gentlemen do

realize sequential cooling units

are incapable of

replacing themselves.

Sorry, Kate. I am

examining the connectors now.

Check orientation

to payload bay.

Beginning installation.

Stand by.

It's another beautiful day

in sunny Southern California.

Nothing but clear, blue

skies in the forecast.

So get that party started.

Let's make this a labor day

weekend to remember.

So keep it tuned right here

as I keep on spinning

today's hottest...

Look, I'm telling you, man,

this girl's gorgeous.

I'm just not in the mood,

all right?

It's been over a year now. You've

been in that cage long enough.

We'll drink some beers,

have some laughs, get laid.

By the end of this weekend

you're gonna be a whole new you.

Charlie 2.0

I'm so ready. I need a vacation.

Need a lift? -I don't know, I heard

hitchhiking can be dangerous.


Hey, char. I'd like to

introduce you to Annie.

- Hi, Charlie. Nice to meet you.

- You too.

Oh, and, uh, dude drooling

back there,

- he answers to Brendan.

- Hey.

All right, let's get 'em

in there, yeah?

Oh yeah, sorry, on my phone.

Do you want me to put

your bag in the back?

Oh, yeah, thank you. Thanks.

Oh my god, you guys,

it looks like the lake's gonna

be over 80 degrees all weekend.


- I can't wait to jump in! Oh my god!

- It's so gonna happen.

My brother said

we can use his jet ski.

- Uh, no.

- Yeah. Oh.

We're not jet skiing.

Jet skiing's for tools.

Oh, shut up.

You think this dump

has a restroom?

C'mon, find a bush.

For the gas.

- Want one?

- Yes, I do.

Should I, um?


- Sorry, the music.

- That's okay.


So, uh... you always

such a chatterbox?

Yeah, um, sorry, I just

have a lot on my mind.

Well, do you wanna

talk about it, or?

- No.

- Okay.

- Sorry, just...

- No, it's fine.

Not right now.

Yeah, okay.

I'll let you get back to your,

uh, wallowing, or whatever.

- You in the wrong place!

- No, no, no, no!

I didn't see anything, I swear!

- Yeah, but you gonna.

- Help!

Keep yappin', see what happen.

Goddamn reporters. Ain't you

taken enough already?

You don't understand. We just

actually stopped for gas.

Oh, just filling up, huh?

Old Sunday drive, route 66.

You seem damn interested

in my handiwork.

No, no, no, no, no, no, no!

- I think we oughta take a look.

- No, please.

- Sure you do.

- No!

Surely, c'mon.

This here's Bambi. Dead Bambi.

Say hello, Bambi.

What's going on, Brendan?

You trying to pass

a kidney stone?

Bren, what's going on, man?

Look, I think this is just

a big misunderstanding, okay?

Bren, we should go. Now.

Yeah, Brendan, you should leave.


Yo, have a nice day, huh?

Oh sh*t, he's got a gun.

Get in the car, now.

- What's going on?

- Go. Just get in!

- What did you do?

- I didn't do anything.

Yeah, you shoulda knocked

him on his butt, dude.

That's what I woulda done.

Dude, this hillbilly

was, like, crazy strong.

His hands, he had, like, Kung fu

action grip or something.

Uh, Elizabeth.

We're here.

Babe, this is going

to be incredible.

All right, guys, get your bags.

Well this is gonna be fun.


- What you think, man?

- Yeah!

This way.


Your parents really know how to

live it up, don't they, huh?

They do okay.

Hey, I need to set up my

equipment before it gets dark.

Okay, yeah. Annie knows the way

to the lake.

- Oh, yeah.

- Awesome.

You guys coming?

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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