Talking with My Dad


A man is rushed to the hospital on a quiet Saturday afternoon. He’s experiencing unexplained chest pains. Doctors can’t find a cause but prepare him for the worst. He must wait 48 hours before exploratory surgery can be performed. In that time, all his old feelings about his father’s death from heart attack bubble to the surface.  In the quiet of his hospital room, he’s left alone to confront his pain, grief and anger.
But is he really alone? Is he haunted by the memory of his father’s death or is something more happening?

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