Three rules. Three tragedies.

John Harvie Morris initial Executive Producing credit is the short 15 minute film SAFE HOUSE. 

John played the role of an Assassin.

SAFE HOUSE won Best Film at the Margaret River International Film Festival in March 2008 and was invited to participate at the 61st Festival de Cannes Short Film Corner where the film was well received by industry professionals and later produced in the US in 2011 as a full feature starring Denzel Washington.

When two men are sent to kill each other what happens if they become friends? SAFE HOUSE tells a dramatic and intense action packed story of an aging Middle Eastern Assassin "Sabine" (Stephen Carracher) who meets a young nameless Mossad Agent (Luke Mulquiney) one night in an International Safe House. Sabine talks to the young agent about his past mission where he was sent to kill Israeli Mossad Agent "Sagive" (Patrick Constantinou) on government orders, but when they are held up in an International Safe House where no man or woman can be harmed, the men form a mutual friendship over a drink and a game of cards. The friendship has Sabine question his orders and make decisions that will tear his world apart, bringing his internal conflict and anguish to a dramatic conclusion.

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