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The Boy Who Wouldn't Turn Right

A therapist sets out to determine why a college drop out is physically unable to turn his body toward the right.

  • Michael R Morris
    Fear House, The Fugue (Dead Soon)
  • Michael R Morris
    Fear House, The Fugue (Dead Soon)
  • Michael R Morris
    Fear House, The Fugue (Dead Soon)
  • Thomas Lim
    Roulette City
  • Steve Railsback
    Key Cast
    "Dr K"
    The Stuntman, Helter Skelter, Lifeforce
  • Brian Combs
    Key Cast
    "Eason Efrem"
  • Scott Weintraub
    Key Cast
    "Dr Efrem"
    I Am Sam, Dinner for Schmucks
  • Alex Sturman
    Key Cast
    Treasure Hunters
  • Saige Spinney
    Key Cast
    Guarding Tess, Major League II
  • Clayton Bailey
    Key Cast
    Like You Mean It
  • Robert Hector
    Key Cast
    The Fugue (Dead Soon)
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  • Runtime:
    13 minutes 35 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    February 28, 2015
  • Production Budget:
    9,000 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
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Distribution Information
  • Amazon Video
    Country: United States
    Rights: Internet
    Country: United Kingdom
    Rights: Internet
Director Biography - Michael R Morris

Michael is a graduate from the NYU Film and Television program, having since worked with such personalities as Brett Ratner, Jack Black, Jim Carrey, Danny Trejo and (as shown in the current festival entry) Steve Railsback, most well known for playing Charles Manson in 'Helter Skelter' and co-starring with Peter O'Toole in 'The Stuntman'. Michael is currently developing a mystery/thriller television pilot entitled 'The Anomalyst.'

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Director Statement

With 'The Boy Who Wouldn't Turn Right,' I wanted to explore the mystery of the human psyche, where early life experiences of pleasure and pain are embedded in the first formations of our identity, often never remembered. Of course this has to be done with a delicate sense of humor, since the answers are sometimes a moving target, depending on the courage and willingness of the human subject.