|Directed by||Nick Lawrence|
|Written by||Rachel Tucker|
|Produced by||Rachel Tucker|
|Edited by||Ethan Holzman|
|April 14, 2011(WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival)|
Time Expired is a 2011 comedy-drama film directed by Nick Lawrence, written by Rachel Tucker, and starring Eric Starkey, Topher Owen, Carrie Slaughter, and Rebekah Turner. It was shot in Oklahoma for a budget of $26,000. It premiered at WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival in April, 2011, where it won a Silver Remi award for best comedy feature.
Randall, a meter maid with a terminal illness, wishes to live out his last days quietly, but his friends and family have other ideas.
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