To that end, viewers can screen it in its entirety for free on YouTube, or via a free app for the iPad and iPhone. If you’re one of those people who loves physical objects, a cool 99 cents will get you a “basic edition” DVD.
“Ninety-nine cents is literally the cost of the disc, envelope and postage,” said Lawrence. “We made this film as a labor of love. We care about the story and want to share it with people. That’s the most important thing for us.”
“Time Expired” follows a parking enforcement officer wanting to live his final days in peace, although friends and family won’t let him. If you like it, Lawrence and writer/co-producer Rachel Tucker hope you’ll want to spring for the special-edition DVD. At $14.99, it includes commentary tracks, deleted scenes and a making-of featurette.
For more information, visit timeexpiredfilm.com.