A homeless man searches for a key he has lost, finding redemption along the way.

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Chris Myers / Keyman
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Popeye
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Karen Myers
Georgia Foy ...
Cynthia Gates
Doris Gramm ...
Betty
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Canman
Jim Ponds ...
Skinny Howard
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Bear
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Julian
Lexi McConnell ...
Little Girl
Mathew Greer ...
James
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Brad
Lynn Mathis ...
Window Washer
Joe Chatham ...
Sgt. Smith
Gordon Fox ...
Preacher
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A homeless man searches for a key he has lost, finding redemption along the way.

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A Journey to Redemption

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6 August 2002 (Netherlands)  »

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Finding Redemption  »

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Beautiful
12 May 2004 | by See all my reviews

The Keyman is truly spectacular. The story was moving, the characters fully developed and the acting was brilliant. Adam Baldwin, as the lead will bring you to tears from his very first scene and will take you on a journey of emotion from laughter to raw pain. The script is tight and the dialogue is haunting. This movie takes the cliché of `people make mistakes' and gives it meaning beyond its words. It shows you the ugly consequences of those mistakes and how learning to forgive, not only others, but ourselves has more healing power than years of self-loathing. We may not be able to change the past, but we can learn to move on and start to live again. The Keyman is a story that will stick with you and a movie that will touch your heart.


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