Helpless (2013)

Genre : Drama, Romance

Runtime : 7M

Director : Christene Seda


Led by Dylan Arnold (Oppenheimer, Halloween, Halloween Kills, Netflix's You), premiering at Cannes Court Métrage and landing its creators on Variety Magazine's "Students to Watch" list, Helpless comments on the high stakes of violence in America.


Dylan Arnold
Dylan Arnold
Mary Mattison
Mary Mattison
Evan Scott Russell
Evan Scott Russell


Evan Scott Russell
Evan Scott Russell
Christene Seda
Christene Seda
Evan Scott Russell
Evan Scott Russell
Chris Ellison
Chris Ellison
Director of Photography

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