Enter the Room
A young adult (Brian) is visited by his brother, Jeremy, who needs a place to stay as he settles into his new city. The two polar opposite personalities begin to clash as Jeremy's presence poses a threat to Brian's way of life. Brian's uptight personality and unreasonable living standards rub off on Jeremy, creating an incredible amount of tension. Bad blood, stemming from a traumatic past event reveals the shocking truth of the brothers' current situations, as Brian struggles to differentiate between reality and his worst nightmares.
Depicting mental illness on screen is not always easy. Overall, the film is a realistic portrayal of Brian who is disturbed, struggle with OCD and seems to be disoriented due to his struggle in the past
Director Biography - Harry Waldman I am a passionate filmmaker who has been watching movies since as long as I can remember. Some of my favorite films include "Memento", "The Dark Knight", The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, "Alien", etc. I have seen over 7,500 films and am as crazy about movies as any individual you will ever meet. I studied Business at Ithaca College and ironically figured out my passion right as I was graduating. I have worked on a number of various films and have written, directed, and edited "515", "Enter the Room", "In the Backseat", "Bay For Blood" and "The Corridor Crossing". I also have a few more projects in the pre-production stage.
I try to create powerful films that make the viewer feel a wide range of emotions and convey ideas that will linger in the viewers' minds long after the credits roll.
Harry Waldman Director
Harry Waldman Writer
Lance Eliot Adams Producer
Harry Waldman Producer
Peter Mastne Key Cast "Brian"
Rich Holton Key Cast "Jeremy"
Lance Eliot Adams Cinematography
Mohamed Nazar Assistant Director
Erik Perez Graphic Designer
Bruce Waldman Storyboard Artist
Cody Adams Boom Operator/Sound Mixer
Chris Colabella Boom Operator/Sound Mixer
Harry Waldman Film Editor
Steve Wester Gaffer
Ryan Zeller Gaffer
Tom Rovak Colorist
William Ray Production Assistant
Project Type: Short
Runtime: 15 minutes
Production Budget: 2,000 USD
Country of Origin: United States
Country of Filming: United States
Shooting Format: Digital
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Film Color: Color
First-time Filmmaker: Yes
Student Project: No