Private Project

Tattered Flagg - The Wolves Within

'The truth is not what you wish it to be. It is what it is and you must bend to its power or live a lie.'
- Miyamoto Musashi

Randall Flagg comes face to face with his own, self-destructive demon and the guardian angel trying to protect him. Who will win in the battle for control?
Inspired by the Cherokee proverb of The Two Wolves.

  • Lisa Jay
    2016 - Sweet Salvation, 2015 - A Visit From Krampus, 2015 - On The Road To Acupuncture, She Haunts This Beach
  • David Robbins
  • David Robbins
  • Darryl Robbins
  • Gary Kissinger
  • Michael King
    Key Cast
    Hawkes on Last Resort, Eli Kemper on Grimm, and as Trevor in 'The Dog Lover'
  • Aria Song
    Key Cast
    Jane in 'Seven Hours In Heaven, Ma in 'The Immortal Iron Fist', 'Pretty Dudes'
  • David Robbins
    Key Cast
    Sunny in 'Warfighter', Father Boyle in 'River', P. Molloy in 'The Space Between Us'
  • Aylya Hollowell Marzolf
    Key Cast
    Erica Lerndberk in Ghosts 'n Stuff Inc., Jess in Grandfathered, Simer in 'Will To Love'
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  • Genres:
    Fantasy, Psychological
  • Runtime:
    5 minutes 22 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    January 16, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    4,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Film Color:
    Black & White and Color
  • First-time Filmmaker:
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Director Biography - Lisa Jay

Lisa Jay is an artist and writer living in Texas with her husband and two children. She graduated from Stephen's College with a BFA in Fine Art, with a semester studying at Oxford University. She began working in film in 2011 as an art director in New Mexico. She now films and directs her own stories, and is currently working on a novel set in the swamps of Louisiana - one of her favorite places.

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Director Statement

This short is based on the popular Native American story of the two wolves, but retold in a way that references black and white Japanese samurai movies. It’s part of a larger screenplay by David Robbins that features many such Jungian interactions and battles between good and evil. David wrote a powerful script with clear imagery to follow, which made this a fun project. Of course filming on the beach has its own set of difficulties, but we persevered!