Frame 137 (2010)

In a Post Apocalyptic world, 10 year old Jonny is a hired killer with a mission, and no-one is going to get in his way.


Judd Tilyard


James O'Barr (comic book and characters), Judd Tilyard (screenplay)


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Credited cast:
Sam Ransom Sam Ransom ... Jonny Z
Lee Whichello Lee Whichello ... Mac
Samppa von Cyborg Samppa von Cyborg ... Jax
Paul Martino Paul Martino ... Leopold
Mark Duncan ... Twin - A-Steroid
Mike Duncan ... Twin - A-Steriod (as Michael Duncan)
Brooklyn Dowling Brooklyn Dowling ... Slave Girl
Martin McCormack Martin McCormack ... Nixin
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Renee Bowen Renee Bowen ... Knife Wielder
Joel Amos Byrnes Joel Amos Byrnes ... Raggedy Boy
Daniel Carlish Daniel Carlish ... Extra
Erik Cartwright Erik Cartwright ... Raggedy Boy
Mark Chelman Mark Chelman ... Sword Wielder
Jimmy Christiansen ... Face Torch Victim
Oliver Cox-Newton Oliver Cox-Newton ... Young Jonny Z


Based on the comic from James O'Barr. Jonny Z waits at the underground tech saloon run by Mac, one of the few people he trusts. When Jonny realizes the presence of a Grey might scare off Leo, his expected client, Jonny is forced to start a massive bar fight before personally "persuading" the Grey and her followers to leave. Anxiously awaiting Leos arrival, Jonny receives a surprise pick me up from his dealer Big T, just before Leo shows. Pondering his past and the requirements of his job, Jonny heads to the back room to confront and kill Leo. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Action | Sci-Fi



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Release Date:

15 March 2010 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Australia See more »


Box Office


AUD10,000 (estimated)
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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Frame 137 features debut actor, 10 year old Sam Ransom, doing all his own stunts. For this he had to train intensively for 6 weeks with a team of martial artists, professional stunt men and a former member of the Australian SAS, to master the form, multiple styles and specific action sequences required for the role. By the end of the six weeks Sam was able not only able to perform the required sequences but could also fight, throw and disable opponents several times his own size and weight. See more »

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