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The Brunch Club is an approximate reconstruction of the John Hughes film of close-to-the-same name. Shot and edited within four days for an English class project involving the actors, it was noted as the most complex television production ever attempted at the high school, at that time. I'm not sure that we technically had any permission to use the library or hallways, but somehow we had keys. It's long too - running 52 minutes - enough to completely fill an English class' hour. Direction, camera, audio, and editing by myself.