(2001) short film
An army colonel, a businessman, a gangster, and a priest get together to play a board game. It's not the first line of a joke, it's part of the plot of Bedfellows, a $25,000, thirty-three-minute short, written, produced, and directed by Cranston filmmaker Michael Grilli. The game participants are playing to decide the fate of a kidnapped young woman, and before the story ends, bet on it, blood will be shed. Filmed primarily in the G.E. Monowatt mill complex off Elmwood Avenue in Providence, Bedfellows premiered at AS220 during the summer of 2001.