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The Spring (2000)

PG-13 | | Drama, Sci-Fi | TV Movie 16 January 2000
A man and his son stumble onto a modern-day fountain of youth while camping in the woods.

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Dennis Conway
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Sophie Weston
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Nick Conway
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Gus
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Josh Gamble
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Robert Lovell / Woodrow Lovell
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Megan O'Hare
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Caleb Dunn
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Emma Baker
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Dylan McLean
Ronin Wong ...
Mayor Watanabe (as Ronin)
Camyar Chai ...
Vandipear (as Cam Chai)
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Molly Lovell (as Deni Delory)
Byron Lucas ...
Jack Pendergast
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Grace Pendergast
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Single father Dennis Conway is travelling with his son Nick. They stop in a small town where Nick has an accident and has to spend some time in the hospital. While Nick is hospitalized his father falls for the nurse who gives up the towns secret (a spring that has healing powers and is virtually a fountain of youth). Written by Les MacDonald at <mcmac@mb.sympatico.ca>

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Rated PG-13 for some violence and sensuality | See all certifications »
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16 January 2000 (USA)  »

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At Jack's birthday party, when Gus is in the fountain after he's been holding Jack's head under, the water is almost right at the collar of his shirt, and in the next shot, it's right around his waist. See more »

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Immortality - reality check .........
21 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Town where no one ages, folks are kept forever young by drinking water from a magic spring. Along comes Kyle MacLachan and his Son, Joseph Cross. Enamored with the strange behaving residents, they are gradually enlightened to the price one pays for brief immortality. This bland TV movie really goes nowhere beyond the initial idea, and gradually peters out. The town's bizarre method of controlling overpopulation of the potential immortals is beaten to death with several 100th birthday rituals. There isn't enough material here to maintain interest for 93 minutes. As a "Twilight Zone" episode, "The Spring" would have been totally acceptable, but the reality is, as a full length film it is simply too long. - MERK


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