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Tilt (2003)

 -  Drama | Short  -  26 June 2004 (USA)
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Sam Penzer
John R. Taylor ...
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Newsstand Vendor - Welcome to Vancouver (as Glen D. Barwise)
Jason Dedrick ...
Beggar - Welcome to Vancouver
Christine Knight ...
Streetwalker - Welcome to Vancouver
Babs Chula ...
Alda Lawrence - Cervantes' Bar (as Babz Chula)
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John - Cervantes' Bar
Michael Busswood ...
Hank - Cervantes' Bar
Michael Roberds ...
Steve - Cervantes' Bar
Sheri-Lynn Day ...
Waitress - Cervantes' Bar
Jessica Earle ...
Child Prostitute ("A 'Parent' in Distress") (as Jesse Earle)
Ben Odberg ...
The Client ("A 'Parent' in Distress")
Patrick Stark ...
Thug Lance ("Don Quixote vs The Skinheads")
Shawn Stewart ...
Thug Marty ("Don Quixote vs The Skinheads")
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Heroes realize their dreams. Sidekicks merely survive them.

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Performed by Alfredo Sadel
Written by Agustín Lara
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Fascinating
26 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Having seen this film through several stages of its creation, I still find myself intrigued and fascinated by the unique interpretation of the classic story. The setting of modern Vancouver, complete with a wide ranging cast of characters, gives it a realism that cannot be captured in the musical format ("Man of La Mancha"). John Taylor's performance is intense and I found myself equally frightened and embarrassed for him. Tom Braidwood balances this in a sturdy and sometimes sad performance, complete with a hopeful, uplifting (yet subtly so) ending.

Short films are wonderful, and Lance Peverely has a gift for filling the limited time with a complete, well-rounded story. I recommend this film for any intelligent person who can appreciate the complexity of the tale.


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