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Where I Begin | Review - Oxford Film Festival 2010

6 February 2011 7:41 PM, PST | SmellsLikeScreenSpirit | See recent SmellsLikeScreenSpirit news »

Director: Thomas L. Phillips Writers: Thomas L. Phillips, Melanie Lynn Addington Starring: Lance E. Nichols,Candice Barley, T. Lynn Mikeska, Bo Keister, Elizabeth Connelly, Cindy Hogan, Johnny and Susan McPhail, Jennifer Pierce Mathus, Rob Myers, Blake Buck, Daniel Lee, Carlisle Forrester Jacob (Alex Walters) has been gone for a decade, but he has finally decided to return to his hometown. Some things have changed -- for one, he can no longer smoke in Patrick’s (Lance E. Nichols) restaurant because City Hall has taken to telling businesses what to do. (Ah, once again, smoking is used to represent individual freedom.) One thing has not changed, people have not forgotten what they believe Jacob did ten years ago; as Jacob explains, this is a place where “rumors are truths, accusations are facts.” Heck, even his own mother (Cindy Hogan) believes that he is guilty. Whatever horrible and unforgettable thing Jacob did ten years ago, »

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