Pothead Jamy, after losing his job, smokes a joint on the way home and gets into a badass police control.

  • Rodja Martin Tröscher
  • Rodja Martin Tröscher
  • Rodja Martin Tröscher
  • Rodja Martin Tröscher
    Key Cast
    "Jamy & Police Officer"
  • Axel Fischer
    Director of photography
  • Kai Unger
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  • Runtime:
    2 minutes 3 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 12, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    100 USD
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    Digital, 4K, A7SIII
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  • Anna
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  • Rodja Tröscher
    Sales Agent
    Country: Germany
    Rights: All Rights
Director Biography - Rodja Martin Tröscher

Rodja Tröscher was born in Berlin and raised in Cologne, Germany. After graduation from high school he started gaining experience performing in a theater group and in TV series. In 2000 he finished a three years digital media designer apprenticeship and became engaged as a graphic designer in a renowned advertising agency. But with his passion for acting, he moved to Hamburg in 2003 and attended the acting school. Completing his training in 2006 he has followed this career until in 2010, when he wrote his first short film and feature script. Since then Rodja Tröscher has produced and directed several award winning films.

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Director Statement

This film was shot in one day in downtown Berlin in a two man team and is set in Los Angeles. This is the first project that was realized in UHD resolution. It was shot almost exclusively with available light with the new Sony A7sIII. The goal was to achieve a high quality result in image and sound without a budget and within a tight time frame.

Because of the contact restrictions in the pandemic, I started shooting comedy films in a small team and performing all the roles myself. This gradually developed into a concept that I kept expanding and that I think brings a lot of charm with it, because the character is always competing against himself in a certain way.