An illegal Russian immigrant working the graveyard shift at a Texas gas station is faced with a moral dilemma when she identifies one of her customers as being a local child kidnapper.
A thriller and a political thinkpiece, this Chapman University thesis film exists to highlight the dangers of miscommunications, prejudices, and greed in contemporary America.
Received at festivals worldwide (including a Best Screenplay win at the Watersprite Film Festival in Cambridge, England), WHINING LOW is a tri-lingual query on xenophobia and all its dangers.
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