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See You in My Dreams (2004)

Joe, an overwrought rancher is striving from his harsh upbringing, trying make a better life for his family. When his business falter, Joe fears his son at the age of 15 will follow in his footsteps, and decides to drive him from home.

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(from stories in Cruising Paradise and Motel Chronicles), (teleplay)
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Angela Brown
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Ben
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Ingrid
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Esteban
Sarah Schaub ...
Liza
Kim Landry ...
Louise Brooks
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Lance
Alisa Harris ...
Doris
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Earl
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Phil
Lynne Van Dam ...
Matla
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Duane (as Chris Jensen)
Anita Booher ...
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Bartender
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Joe, an overwrought rancher is striving from his harsh upbringing, trying make a better life for his family. When his business falter, Joe fears his son at the age of 15 will follow in his footsteps, and decides to drive him from home.

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Drama

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13 June 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Les rêves rompus  »

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1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Joe F. Brown: Good night son, see you in my dreams.
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The Trail Of The Lonesome Pine
Written by Harry Carroll and Ballard MacDonald
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Interesting TV FILM!
16 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

This film held my interest in the very beginning, going back to the WWII years and a guy named Aidan Quinn dressed in an Army Uniform and starting out with his war bride, Marcia Gay Harden. They were very much in love and their favorite song was, 'See You In My Dreams', which is played through out the entire film. The sweet and in love couple have a son who the father loves very dearly and wants him to achieve all the best things that life has to offer. Lots of drinking goes on and words are said and there is the possibility that a wife is cheating on her husband. The ending of the picture is what life is all about and the prices we pay for the lives we LIVE!


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