Curtis Longfellow (Trey)Nancy Pop (Shannon)Bill Rogers (Phil)Paul G Newton (Don)Mason Azbill (Bryce)Shawna Pettus (Martha)Baker Cinq-Mars (Wade)Rachel Boekhaus (Micki)Jules Taylor (Marsha)James Davison (Coffee House Patron #1)Jacqueline Baker (Social worker, homeless person)Ross Butler (Alcoholics Anonymous Member)Jeremy Duckworth (officer Jones)Elizabeth France (Evangeline)Robert Flaherty Hart (Murderous Chef)Jarred Rogers (AA meeting attendee)Warren Rosenaur (Homeless Man)Mark Landon Smith (Mr. Sarnoff)
Todd Kennedy Mattson
Teens out for a night of fun get more than they bargained for, after tasking a homeless man to purchase them some beer, leading to a fateful decision. Two detectives, one which is approaching retirement, investigate a hit and run crime. Told non-linearly with interweaving story lines, Neapolitan blends 80's teen movies, episodes of Dragnet '68, David Lynch, incorporating the dialogue heavy stylistic writings of Richard Linklater and Whit Stillman, with a bit of John Waters' style camp into a fresh look at the crime drama.