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Agent Orange (film)

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Agent Orange (film)

Agent Orange
Directed by Tony Scott
Produced by Marjie Abrahams
Written by David Carter
Terry Rietta
Starring Christopher Carley
Jessica Stam
Troy Cephers
Music by David Lai
Cinematography Steve St. John
Edited by Skip Chaisson
  • November¬†30,¬†2004¬†(2004-11-30)
16 minutes / 5 minutes
Country United States

Agent Orange is an American short silent film directed by Tony Scott. The film is about a psychedelic love story taking place in a "shadowy dreamscape". In 2004, the film was created with a hand cranked camera, noticeably altering motion. It was produced by's Amazon Theater.

The Orange Boy was played by Christopher Carley, and Orange Girl played by supermodel Jessica Stam. Troy Cephers played the janitor.

It was filmed on a Panavision Hollywood camera, with Eastman Kodak film.


A young man repeatedly visits a subway station after discovering a shapely woman who wears all orange.

He pursues this woman with great effort. He posts posters of goldfish, and his phone number, every few feet along the station's walls, for them to be torn down minutes later by the janitorial services.

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  • Agent Orange at the Internet Movie Database
  • That's Advertainment! article at Slate
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