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Beyond the Pale (2000)

 |  Drama  |  1 September 2000 (UK)
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Two illegal Irish immigrants to New York start a moving company. While one tries to rush to get his future, the other wants to approach things much slower. This includes his budding ... See full summary »

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Patrick Shaw
Beverley Elder ...
Helen Graham
Conn Horgan ...
Seamus O'Sullivan
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Tom Finegan
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Jeffrey
Ruth Miller ...
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Neale Harper ...
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Maxie (as Joanne Tomasso)
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Two illegal Irish immigrants to New York start a moving company. While one tries to rush to get his future, the other wants to approach things much slower. This includes his budding relationship with a young woman, who is trying to extricate herself from a strained relationship with an older man. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Roger Davis and Patrick Clarke Shine
12 October 2006 | by (Kansas) – See all my reviews

Roger Davis is at his best as a sleazy producer. He plays it to the hilt. He doesn't portray bad guys very often. When he does it is a rare treat. Patrick Clarke plays the good guy. His character gives me some faith that there really are some nice guys still around. Great performance. I will be on the look out for more of Patrick's work in the future. This movie is more like a big budget studio production than an indie flick. Great little movie.

I've had the pleasure to meet Roger Davis twice recently. It's great to watch his performances. He always delivers the goods. It's even more entertaining to compare his screen persona to real life. He is such a sweet and kind man. Not to mention handsome. What a great guy.


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