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Synopsis: Ever sacrificed your own happiness to please those you cared about? Has this ever gone too far? In "A Mile High", 17 year-old prodigal track runner Chris Knight finds himself at crossroads in life when faced with the choices of who or what he wants to be in life. Set in the backdrop of the suburban drug trade, Chris must live to please his father and track mentor William "Coach" Knight, who lives vicariously through his sons success to redeem his former glory, as well as his best friend Byron Farmer, who lures him deep into the trade of illegal narcotics. But how far is he willing to go?
Paid / Non-Paid: Non-Paid
Other / Additional Compensation: Film Credit, DVD/Digital Copy
Meals / Lodging / Transportation: Meals, Snacks and Beverages, Transportation
|Role Name||Gender||Ethnicity||Age Range||Description|
|Drew Monty||Male||Any Ethnicity||18-24||Monty is an aspiring rapper who has close ties to the main character, Chris Knight. Drew is certainly the life of the party and is always the most sociable one of the bunch. Most notably, he works with well-known drug dealer, Ray "Ray Man" Johnson.|
|Mordecai||Male||Any Ethnicity||Any Age||Mordecai is the well respected drug overlord that resides south of the city. He has a fresh sense of style that separates him from the rest of the room and an extremely calm demeanor. His demanding presence strikes fear into those who work with him, but what the others don't know is that he is secretly working with federal investigators to avoid a lengthy prison sentence.|
|William "Coach" Knight||Male||Caucasian||41-50||Knight is the father of two boys, Chris Knight (our main character) and Stan Knight. Coach was a successful runner in his youth, but a back injury forced him into teaching private training lessons. His pride and joy is his son Chris, who he personally trains and runs a near militaristic routine for at their house. He has a soft country twang and a hardened appearance that demands respect from anyone who makes his acquaintance. Most importantly, he lives vicariously through his sons success and strives to redeem his former glory through his sons name, at any and all costs.|