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Everything Put Together (2000)

R | | Drama | 14 June 2002 (UK)
The story of a Californian couple expecting a child and their group of friends confronted with the tragedy of a big loss.

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Cast

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Angie
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Barbie
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Judith
Jacqueline Heinze ...
Jean
Courtney Watkins ...
H2O Instructor
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Dr. Reiner
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Bill
Blake Rossi ...
Michael
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Russ (as Justin Louis)
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April
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Kessel
Stéphanie Schneider ...
Party Videographer (as Stephanie Schneider)
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Jim
John P. Hunter ...
Hearse Driver
Kevin Ratliffe ...
Simon
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The story of a Californian couple expecting a child and their group of friends confronted with the tragedy of a big loss.

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Rated R for some language | See all certifications »
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14 June 2002 (UK)  »

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Gritos na Noite  »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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Shot with a Mini-DV camera on a budget of 100,000 US dollars. All the actors and the crew worked without pay. See more »

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La Nudista
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Written by Daniele Luppi
Performed by Daniele Luppi
Courtesy of IRMA Records
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characters and theme of movie lacks reality check
27 August 2002 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Generally I enjoy the independent/Sundance/artistic license type movies. I also like Radha Mitchell and hope she gets more and better movie roles in her career. Overall, however, I thought this movie came up short. I can scarcely imagine a mother as distant and unaffected as the lead character's mother. My own mother would have immediately attached herself to my side if I were in Angie's shoes. Also, her circle of friends and their self-centeredness seemed a bit overdone. I am as cynical of mankind's charitable nature as the next, but even I believe most `friends' have much more compassion and common sensibilities in dealing with a friend that just lost her baby than was portrayed by Angie's friends, who came across as unintelligent and shallow. Also, from the beginning, I believe the average couple would have enlisted the help of group or solo therapy to deal with such a horrific loss. The husband may have `been there' for her but he provided no source for a solution to his wife's angst. He should have encouraged her to seek professional therapy rather than popping for a trip to Aruba as the cure all. It is still an interesting film to watch if you assume for a moment that you live in the cold, heartless, `stereotypical' world of easily detachable people. Again, I see Radha Mitchell as a very compelling actress to watch. Thanks.


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