An off-the-wall comedy from screenwriter Damon Lindelof (‘Lost’)

Back before he before he co-created the hit TV series ‘Lost,’ screenwriter Damon Lindelof set to out to impress fellow scribe Carlton Cuse by penning a one-act play titled ‘Ollie Klublershturf vs. The Nazis.’ The scribe succeeded, with Cuse stating that the pages “were funny and well-written.”

The play was then adapted into a short film by director Skot Bright with a cast of Zach Mills (‘Super 8’), Rachel Nichols (‘Star Trek’), Samm Levine (‘Inglourious Basterds’), Chris Hemsworth (‘Thor’), George Segal (‘Love and Other Drugs’), Lainie Kazan (‘You Don’t Mess with the Zohan’) and Norman Reedus (‘The Boondock Saints’).

‘Ollie Klublershturf vs. The Nazis’ is an off-the-wall comedy set around the dinner table. What at first glance seems like an awkward ‘meet the parents’ situation for Dade Klublershturf quickly turns into a game of cat and mouse between Nazis, his boy genius younger brother, Ollie, and a time machine (disguised as an Atari joystick) the Nazis are trying to capture from him…”