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Human Error

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Comedy
Release Date:September 16, 2005
Running time:95 minutes
Cast:Xander Berkeley, Tom Bower, Sarah Clarke, Robert Knott, Michael D. Olmos
Director:Robert M. Young
Producer:Joel Ehrlich
Writer:Richard Dresser

Web Site: http://www.humanerror-movie.com/index_content.html

Description: Dobbitt is called away from his loving wife for duty at "the Corporation," a toxic factory that operates around the clock producing its mysterious units. Always willing to please, he arrives at his new quarters and meets his bunkmate, Hanrahan, a sharp and bitter man who incisively questions Dobbitt's motives. The two report to Merkin, the petty and paranoid, back-stabbing plant manager, who ruthlessly pits his employees against one other. These type-B males swim in a comical stew of their own toxic juices as they jockey for power within the company.

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