The Sloth fails to respond in Dancyger in the Dark

Dancyger in the Dark (2000) is a 16mm movie made for the Advanced Film Production I course at Minnesota State University Moorhead.

This project was the first of the three Seven Deadly Sins anthology movies supervised by Greg Carlson and Matt Dreiling.

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Plot SummaryEdit

See individual pages for plot summaries. The movie's segments in order of appearance are:

Production InformationEdit

The title for Dancyger in the Dark is a combination of Lars von Trier's Dancer in the Dark and the name of the film textbook author Ken Dancyger. Dancyger in the Dark was dedicated to Ted Larson with a credit that read "The film production class wishes to remember Ted Larson and express our deepest gratitude for all the things he did for us."



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