You’ll laugh, but it’ll be really uncomfortable.
Synopsis: Morty can’t seem to make heads or tails of anyone; himself least of all. And to make matters worse, all he’s got in his pockets is a collection of heads and tails. What if he were to go into business for himself? He’s got a Jeep, and there are plenty of empty parking lots in the seedier areas of Chattanooga. Anything to make a buck, right? By the way, he likes the way you smell, sexygirl. Want to go out with him?
“An existential nautilus shell wound as tightly as it is loose.”
—Sara Schieron, BOXOFFICE MAGAZINE
“HELL IS OTHER PEOPLE functions as a seeming farewell to a place where the vistas aren’t as large as they might be.”
–Richard von Busack, METRO SILICON VALLEY
|Richard Johnson||Morty Burnett|
|Mary Beth Sanders||Emmy|
|Tom Landis||Morty’s Pot Dealer|
- Jarrod Whaley: Writer, Director
- Jarrod Whaley, Elizabeth Worthington: Producers
- Mary Beth Sanders
- TRUE STEREO