30 minutes

A mysterious Man sits at a booth at the end of a diner. People approach him because theyve heard The Man has a gift. He can solve their problems: A parent with a sick child, a woman who wants to be prettier, a nun who has lost her faith. The Man can give these people what they want. For a price. The Man makes a proposition. In exchange for realizing their desires, these individuals must complete a task, return to The Man, and describe every step in detail. The trick is that these tasks are things that would normally be inconceivable to them. But The Man never forces anyone to do anything. Its always up to the individual to start - or stop. The Booth at the End asks the question: How far would you go to get what you want?
Jul 1, 2016 3:31PM EDT

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While the ambiguity of The Man might be hard for some people to understand, I personally loved that we never got to know him more. The simple setup of The Man, the booth and the people who he helps is surprisingly powerful. All the actors bring their A-game and Xander Berkeley shines as The Man. Five hours of my life well spent.


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