Morris has existed quietly and contentedly in a mental institution for sometime now & is distressed to find that - but for an error in paperwork - he should have been released some time ago... See full summary »

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Morris Monk
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Raven
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Dr. Herb Kowalski
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Young Morris
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Morris has existed quietly and contentedly in a mental institution for sometime now & is distressed to find that - but for an error in paperwork - he should have been released some time ago. He would much rather stay. When his therapist is forced to ok the release, she does so knowing that his writing fantasies have disturbed her of late. However, she cannot prove Morris to be dangerous and so he is released... Written by Len Massaar

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Dance scenes
24 October 2005 | by (St. Paul, MN) – See all my reviews

As a dancer, I can say the dance scenes were well done.....and Justin can really dance - has a great presentation style - along with all his other talents. He is achingly vulnerable in some scenes....angry, confused in others, and he handles it all with aplomb!

At first I thought Raven and his mother were played by the same actress...they have similarities so you could see why he was attracted to Raven.

It is really too bad this film did not get wider exposure; maybe it will find an audience now that it is on DVD. It is a clever story, but there are things you might miss on the first viewing.....which means, watch it again and again!


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