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Dan Dunne (Character)
from Half Nelson (2006)

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Half Nelson -- A powerful, award-winning film about an inner-city junior high school teacher (Ryan Gosling, The Notebook) with a drug habit who forms an unlikely friendship with one of his students (Shareeka Epps) after she discovers his secret.
Half Nelson -- An inner-city junior high school teacher with a drug habit forms an unlikely friendship with one of his students after she discovers his secret.

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Mr. Dunne

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  1. Half Nelson (2006) Played by Ryan Gosling
  2. Gowanus, Brooklyn (2004) Played by Matt Kerr (as Mr. Dunne)

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From Half Nelson (2006)
Dan: Who might say that Aristotle's wrong, right? But that doesn't make any sense; these things need each other. The idea that... that all God's creations are perfect, perfect - so just to suggest that - that a tree it's - it's crooked and it's straight... it's strong and it's weak... is to suggest that - that God created something imperfect. They do however acknowledge it in people; we are sinners but we can strive to be good just not in nature itself I guess. See more »

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