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The Last Interview

Bradley Wilson, a confident yet seemingly mischievous young man has just graduated from MIT and is looking to enter the workforce. He is interviewing for a position at Appalachian Petroleum Resources Incorporated. The man interviewing hi is the CEO of the company, Jeff Ellis. The first few minutes of the interview appear to be going swimmingly, but little does Jeff know, Bradley isn't just there to get a job. As the interview progresses, Bradley inquires about some rumors going around that Jeff participated in insider trading. Eventually, Jeff confesses that he was indeed involved in such actions. Shortly after, Bradley reveals that he was recording the whole conversation, exposing Jeff's wrongdoings. Jeff begins to threaten Bradley but before he can finish, an FBI agent enters the room and arrests him. Bradley is then left as the only one in the room, having successfully exposed Jeff's corruption.

  • Jordan Bailey
  • Jordan Bailey
  • Jordan Bailey
  • Mitchell Harris
    Key Cast
    "Jeff Ellis"
  • Brandt Coffey
    Key Cast
    "Bradley Wilson"
  • Jon Bugge
  • Max Diehl
  • Will Best
    Assistant Director
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  • Runtime:
    4 minutes 42 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    March 27, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    10 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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  • Student Project:
    Yes - Baylor University
Director Biography - Jordan Bailey

Jordan Bailey is a sophomore at Baylor University in Waco majoring in Communication with a minor in Aviation Sciences. He grew up just south in Austin with his three sisters. "The Last Interview" is Jordan's first film however he does have some previous experience in the theatre arts. Upon graduating from Baylor, Jordan intends to become a broadcast meteorologist, combining his passions of theatre and weather into one profession.

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Director Statement

I created "The Last Interview with the goal of entertaining the audience through the concept of suspense. In writing this story, I made it my priority to ensure that it wouldn't be a boring story, but a story that holds the audience's attention and keeps them engaged and I think thats exactly what I have with "The Last Interview".