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The Snowflake Crusade (2002)

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Scot McKenzie ...
Clive
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Marigold
Kristen Swanson ...
Betty
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Paul (as Robert Klooz)
David Bridgewater
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Entertainement Now Co-Host
Cullen T. Dolson ...
Young Clive
Liz Ernest
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Matt Shepherd ...
Pet Clerk (as Matthew Shepherd)
David Stott ...
Convenience Store Clerk
Jody Smith Strickler ...
Social Worker
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Fantastic indy film.
22 July 2002 | by (Las Vegas, NV) – See all my reviews



I would recommend this to all that have a chance to see this film. This is the first feature film from Megan Holley and she really hits the ground running. The story is of Clive, the scion of the man who ended world hunger. He has been in and out of institutional care. He has created a fantasy camp known as "Camp Twoame" to supplement the shock therapy he received. He meets Marigold after he is discharged from the hospital because of lack of room. He meets her at his new job at Debtcon (a debt collection firm). Things go well until a stamp of Clive's sire comes out and Clive begins his self-destructive ways.

The best scenes in this movie are between Clive and Marigold. Believable and touching is the buzzword between these two. If you get a chance, go see this movie!




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