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Makebelieve (2000)

Coming of age drama focusing on the loves, lives, and infidelities of four college friends, all while working in a production of Romeo and Juliet.

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Jamie Sinsz ...
Ryan Marzano
Zak Jeffries ...
Gabe Tucker
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Dawn Peterson
Megan Anderson ...
Lauren Blakefield
Christopher Cridler ...
Kyle Parker
Naomi Kline ...
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Coming of age drama focusing on the loves, lives, and infidelities of four college friends, all while working in a production of Romeo and Juliet.

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Ryan Marzano has always been a dreamer. He's about to wake up.

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IMDb screwed up the listing of Megan Anderson
11 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The Megan Anderson who is in this movie is the Megan Anderson who plays Jen Carcetti on HBO's "The Wire" and took home 2003's Baltimore City Paper "Best Actress" award for her performance in the Everyman Theatre production of "Proof" which was reprised in 2005 (summer) at Totem Pole playhouse.

This is NOT the Megan Anderson who was web designer for Kevin Williamson.

Other than that, Mike Flanagan is known as a challenging Baltimore director and will often cast locals for his movies. It is surprising we have not seen more from Flanagan lately given the re-emergence of Baltimore as an arts center, with "The Wire" and Emmy-winning "Something the Lord Made" having been filmed in Baltimore.


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