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Address Unknown (1997)

PG | | Adventure, Family | 20 May 1997 (USA)
A 16 year old boy who had thought that his father's death was an accident, suspects otherwise when he receives a 10-year-old lost letter his father had written just before his death.

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Matt Kester
Johna Stewart-Bowden ...
Tarra Janes
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Bernie Libassi
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Lance Pirth
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Mayor Sammy Sykes
Scott Wilkinson ...
Jack Raines, the Post Man
Suzanne Barnes ...
Eileen Kester (Matt's Mom)
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Sheriff Tom Hendie
Dave Bartholomew ...
Brian Kester (Matt's Dad)
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Derek Janes (Tara's Dad)
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Ray Lever (as David Stevens)
Curley Green ...
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Cliff Martin (Tara's Uncle)
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Frances, the Mail Lady
Shawn Nottingham ...
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A 16 year old boy who had thought that his father's death was an accident, suspects otherwise when he receives a 10-year-old lost letter his father had written just before his death. Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG for violence, mild language and sensuality | See all certifications »
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Mittente sconosciuto  »

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Matt's mom states that she and her husband had played the "Blue Eyes Crying In The Rain" record on the jukebox many times during the night while they'd been waiting for the torrential rain to stop so that they could safely drive home again. Yet the record sounds pristine and almost brand-new when Matt and Tarra dance to it. Any phonograph record --- especially a 45rpm disc that turns faster than a regular LP --- would likely sound at least a little worn after having been played that many times. See more »

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The Last Time We Said Good Night
Written by Jim Latham
Performed by Charlie Lamont
Published by Mar-Tune Music
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A false premise, but a very entertaining and well acted and directed film
8 August 2000 | by (San José, Costa Rica) – See all my reviews

Address Unknown is a very enjoyable film, especially because of its intelligent direction of actors, and the talent and personality of its two chief teenagers: Kyle Howard and Johnna Stewart, even if Howard looks younger than his character and himself are. I expect to see more of them. The trouble with this film is that once you have seen it and enjoyed it, the falseness of its initial sequence is evident. What were those two characters doing with a bag of U.S. Mail? Why was it in their hands? Why was it so important to them since it did not contain anything of real value, except a letter from one of them that was important only to the recipient?


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