The Lotus Gun, directed by Amanda Milius

Narrative short; 25 minutes.

The year is 2077, in a post government world, where there are no laws or weapons. Nora and Daph live an idyllic life in a sparse and rugged landscape. After a stranger arrives on their land and Daph's curiosity takes her away, Nora sets out to get Daph back and seek revenge.

Student Film: USC’s School of Cinematic Arts.  Oklahoma Premiere.

Screening Friday, October 16, 8:00 p.m. at Circle Cinema as part of TAFFest’s Short Program 1 (8 short films, 98 minutes).

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