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Dean Quixote (2001)

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Dean Feuer
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Guy Fox
Alex Cain ...
Edison Lindsey
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Steve
Crystal Keith ...
Katherine
Anastasia Sakelaris ...
Samantha
Scott Doorley ...
Nick
Dave Finkel ...
Finkel (as David Finkel)
Roger Steffens ...
Ben Veelchez
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Annie
Katrina Gibson ...
Bettie French
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Bravetart
Jack Maxwell ...
Max / Hamlet
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Real Happy Fella
Ben Wexler ...
Howie, the Director
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a comedy with a lot on its mind

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References Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) See more »

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Influenza
Written by Tanya Donelly
Performed by Tanya Donelly
Published by Universal Songs Of Polygram on behalf of itself and Slow Dog Music and Mercer Street Songs
Courtesy of Warner Special Products
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More fun than Lynch
17 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

I saw this film at a screening and really enjoyed it. That review by `Bigbike3' sounds like some sour grapes to me. The story was nicely non-linear in a David Lynch, Soderberg kind of way and I found the new talent in the film a great change of pace from the standard 20something `plastic actor'. I particularly liked Alex Cain as Edison, she has a smart, lovable quality that reminds me of a young Barbara Stanwyck. This film does the best job I've seen yet of capturing post college disaffection and the damaging effect it can have on young artists. It's a better film than one with a vaguely similar plot that did find distribution called `Chillicothe' or something like that


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