On the morning of November 11, 1996, Marc Bonfiglio’s father awoke with a very bad feeling. Perhaps his strong intuition, partially explains why he was able to survive the terrifying events that would occur that night, inside the small jewelry store he owned.
Movies often allow us to experience situations we would never want to face in real life, much less, know how to handle. In the film, “We’re All Going To Die Today” Marc Bonfiglio Jr. uses vibrant animation and an ironic sense of humor to complement his father’s voice as he relives that faithful night. The story his father tells, and the manner in which he tells it is as engrossing as the best action film. But this story is real.
The 2011 C.U.F.F. winner for Best Film by a 4-year College Student in the Approx. 10 min Category: Marc Bonfiglio Jr.’s “We’re All Going to Die Today.”
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