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Brandi is a hard-partying, overworked, nursing assistant desperate for a promotion at the retirement home where she works. After a night of drug-binging and partying, she accidentally hits a certain Thomas Bardo a deadbeat and recently evicted man who gets stuck in the windshield of her car. Not wanting to call for help since she is driving under the influence, Brandi, chooses not to get Thomas medical help and instead drives home and leaves him clinging to his life in the windshield of her car. While Brandi frantically tries to decide what she is going to do, Thomas, tries to free himself knowing his time is running out.
Two Destinies Are About To Collide
Release Date: October , 2007
Runtime: 85 mins
All Genres: Comedy, Crime, Horror, Thriller
Languages: English, Spanish
Country: Canada, USA, UK, Germany
Sound: Dolby Digital
IMDB Rating: 6.7
Buried.com Rating: 7.7 - (Rate This Horror Movie at Buried.com)
Category: Horror Movies Starting With S
MPAA Rating: R
MPAA Rating Reason:
Rated R for strong violence, disturbing content, sexuality/nudity, language and drug use.
Mena Suvari ...Brandi Boski
Stephen Rea ...Thomas Bardo
Russell Hornsby ...Rashid
Rukiya Bernard ...Tanya
Carolyn Purdy Gordon ...Petersen
Lionel Mark Smith ...Sam
Wayne Robson ...Mr. Binckley
R.D. Reid ...Manager
Patrick McKenna ...Joe Lieber
Sharlene Royer ...Tiffany
Bunthivy Nou ...Gloria
Suzanne Short ...Receptionist
Wally McKinnon ...Beat Cop (as Wally MacKinnon)
John Dartt ...Cop
Liam McNamara ...Thin young Man
Shuko Akune ...Hospital Voice Menu (voice)
John Dunsworth ...Cabbie
Marguerite McNeil ...Mrs. Pashkewitz
Jeffrey Combs ...911 Operator (voice)
Martin Moreno ...Pedro
Lorena Rincon ...Estela
Mauricio Hoyos ...Luis
Christian Arnold Beutel
John F.S. Laing
Julie G. Moldo
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- Two Destinies Are About To Collide
- Joe Lieber: Take a seat. Thomas Bardo: Hi. I'm Thomas Bardo. Sorry about the clothes. Joe Lieber: And how do you spell your name? Thomas Bardo: B-A-R-D-O. Yeah, you'll probably see that I was a project manager. Very challenging job, but my company decided to downsize just before my benefits kicked in. You know how that is. Then the unemployment ran out. I thought I might have better luck in the city, but... you know how that goes. Joe Lieber: You know, I can't seem to find you in the computer. Thomas Bardo: Oh? Joe Lieber: All right. [He opens a drawer and takes out a form] Joe Lieber: You take that, fill it out, and mail it in. Thomas Bardo: Uh, I've already filled this out. Joe Lieber: Well, you can't be in the computer until you fill it out and mail it in. Thomas Bardo: But I've already mailed this in. That's how I got the appointment. Joe Lieber: Well, you can't have an appointment until you're in the computer. Thomas Bardo: But I have an appointment. It was at one, and I've been waiting for three and a half hours. Joe Lieber: But you're not in the computer. Thomas Bardo: But... Joe Lieber: You're not in the computer. So, you fill out the 976, you mail it in to me, and I will make sure you get an appointment. Thomas Bardo: Look, Mr. Lieber, this hasn't been a good day for me, you know. Can't you just take my word that I've already sent this in? Or put me in now, and... Joe Lieber: Sir, look, um, if you're willing to follow procedures, we can work with you. If not... it's your choice. Thomas Bardo: [Thomas sighs in defeat] Well, I guess I'd better fill this out, huh? Joe Lieber: That's the procedure.
[Bardo arrives at the job agency holding the few clothes he managed to keep the landlord from taking] Thomas Bardo: I'm Thomas Bardo. I have a one o'clock appointment. Receptionist: Take a seat. [She nods at the clothes] Receptionist: Keep all that on your person. Thomas Bardo: Seat? But I have an appointment. Receptionist: Take a seat. Thomas Bardo: But I have a one o'clock appointment and it's one now. I was almost late. Receptionist: Sir, I don't wanna have to tell you again. Take a seat. Thomas Bardo: But I have an... Receptionist: Sir. Thomas Bardo: All right, thank you. I'll take a seat, thank you. Receptionist: Keep all that on your person.
Manager: I'm just doing my job. Thomas Bardo: And I'm just asking for another week. A couple of days, even? Manager: Ain't a charity ward. Thomas Bardo: Just another day. I got a job interview. Manager: You vacate or I call the cops. Your choice.
Petersen: Of course, this is not an official offer, but I wanted you to be aware that you are high on my list of possible captains. Brandi Boski: Thank you, Mrs. Petersen. I'll really try to do my best. Petersen: I know you will. Then I can count on you coming in tomorrow? Brandi Boski: [surprised] Uh, Saturday? Petersen: I know what day it is, Brandi. Brandi Boski: Yes, of course, I know you do; but, but I came in last Saturday. Petersen: Oh. I see. [She starts to turn away] Brandi Boski: But no, no, no, no, it's - I can come in, it's fine. It's no problem.
[first lines] [At the care facility, a patient offscreen calls for Brandi] Mr. Binckley: Brandi! I want Brandi! Gloria: He did it again. Brandi Boski: He did? Gloria: I tried helping, but he keeps asking for you. Brandi Boski: Yeah, he does that.
- Scriptwriter John Strysik has stated that the last name of Stephen Rea's character - Bardo - comes from the Buddhist term for an intermediate or transitional state of being, and thus is a reference to the life-or-death situation Tom experiences.
When the Receptionist calls Thomas to his appointment, she mistakenly calls him "Mr. Brado." This suggests that the reason he is not "in the computer" is a clerical error on the part of the job agency.
Director Cameo: [Stuart Gordon] The resident who gets yelled at by Rashid's girlfriend in the apartment hallway.
SPOILER: Based on a real event in 2001. Chante Mallard, a black woman in Fort Worth, Texas, was driving drunk and on ecstasy when she struck Gregory Biggs, a homeless man, who became lodged in her car's windshield. She then drove home, locked the car in the garage, and left Biggs to die. After bragging about "killing a white man" in the presence of an enemy who turned her in, Mallard was convicted of murder and evidence tampering and sentenced to fifty years in prison.
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