405 is a short film created by Bruce Branit and Jeremy Hunt. It was done for almost no budget over a 100 day period. Why did they do this for no pay? It was really just a creative exercise to attempt to accomplish something cool. Why did they give it away on the internet? They just wanted people to see it and were confident good things would come from it. Watch it now!
405 The Movie
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