Man of the House (short film)
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Man of the House is a 2005 short drama film directed by David Kern and written by Kern and Eric Potter, who also edited the project. Produced by American Film Institute, the film stars Jack Wallace, Joe Stevens, and Mandy Levin.
76-year-old Wallace Tillman (Jack Wallace) finds evidence of an affair his deceased wife Sue (Mandy Levin) may have had during their marriage. Having difficulties dealing with questions concerning fidelity, loyalty, and history that learning of her affair brings forward to haunt his thoughts, Wallace goes on a journey to meet Don Barrow (Joe Stevens), the other man, to learn the truth.
- Jack Wallace as Wallace Tilman
- Joe Stevens as Donald Darrow
- Mandy Levin as Sue Tilman
- King Stuart as Art Tulaire
- Howard Mungo as Bus Driver
- Teddy Vincent as Lily Tilman
- Allisyn Ashley Arm as Charlotte Tulaire
- Tom Fiscella as Nursing Home Administrator
- Ken Zavanya as Cabbie