This guy was in a short film called The Last Supper.
Called "The Last Supper," the short film by four local lads may sound pretty pious, but don’t be fooled.
Yes, it’s about that last supper, but no, it isn’t serious.
In fact, the film, which will be shown twice at Sunday’s First Night Films program at the Museum of Fine Arts, is, um, darn funny.
"It’s a comedic version of why Judas betrays Jesus," says Michael Bortone, who grew up in Watertown and played football at Northeastern before moving to Los Angeles.
"It’s the Last Supper at a Hollywood nightclub."
(After Jesus and the Apostles walk into the club, the doorman declares: "Do you know who his father is?")
Produced by the Four Horsemen — Bortone and buddies Joe McCluskey of Marlborough, Worcester native Jason Markarian, and Governor Dummer alum Luke Franco — the 17-minute movie features Eliza Dushku as the famous table’s winsome waitress.
Bortone says the film, which was well received at last fall’s San Diego Film Festival, will be posted online shortly.
"We want to create some buzz and get it noticed as a good movie made for cheap money," says Bortone.
"We’re just looking to get into the game." So why did Judas betray Jesus at dinner? He got stuck with the check.
You can watch the full 16 minute film here......http://www.whedon.info/article.php3?id_article=19982