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To Cross the Rubicon (1991)

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Patricia Royce ...
Kendall Byrne
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Claire (as Lorraine Devon)
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David Berry (as J.D. Souther)
Wade Madsen ...
John Halpern
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James Bird
Bruce P. Young ...
Lee Wilke
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Damian Lyndell
Mark Jenkins ...
Stuart Taylor-Ford
Susan Drummond ...
Penny Janowitz
Jeff Morgan ...
Rod (James' Friend)
Art Kahn ...
Mr. Thramulta
Piper Henry ...
Ellen
Mike Williams ...
Jason Merriman
Randy Dixon ...
Mark the Desk Clerk
Mark Dempsey ...
Alan Broadmore
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SWEET SACRED LIES
Performed by 'Lorraine Devon Wilke' (as Lorraine Devon)
Written by Lorraine Devon & Kevin Savigar
Produced & arranged by David Resnik
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I really enjoyed this movie!
24 August 2005 | by (California) – See all my reviews

I liked the fact that the actors portrayed real people and looked like real people. I enjoyed very much seeing Lorraine Devon sing "I surrender"-the only thing that would have topped her incredible performance would have been if J.D. Souther (David)had sung. This was the first time I saw J.D. as an actor, and I loved him-he's so understated yet intense and "present", just like he is in his music video "Go ahead and rain". The story line and the message (no need to be looking at the destination-enjoy the journey there) were very intelligently woven. This movie proved that "chick flick" does not mean "silly'.


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