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The Red Brick Road (2003)

Unrated | | Comedy, Drama
Two friends deal with life after graduation and mental illness on a road trip.

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Keith Thomas Brown ...
Parker Rhodes
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Quinn T. Bryant / The Narrator
Abby Taylor ...
Abby Thompson
DeWayne Dickerson ...
Fat Dave
Sarina Ryan ...
Gram Bryant
Eric Constantineau ...
Peter Bryant
Pat Hobgood ...
Dr. Alice Fisher
Reed Vanderlinde ...
Abby's son
Alex Halsey ...
Ray Morrell
Chris Urban ...
Young Parker
Chris Dorff ...
Bar Bully
Billy Morache ...
Young Quinn
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Storyline

Parker was a confident child. Quinn was not. This coming of age story follows two lifelong friends as they take a cross-country road trip, and figure out what it really takes to grow up. Seeking adventure and escape, what they find on the road of life will test their friendship and change them forever. Sometimes the path behind is forgotten. Sometimes the road ahead is uncertain. Sometimes the greatest jounrey of all... is finding youself. Written by SATELITEDISHDESTROYER

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Sometimes the greatest journey of all...... is finding yourself

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Comedy | Drama

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Unrated
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$15,000 (estimated)
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Shot on two coasts in the summer of 2000 for a total cost of $15,000. See more »

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Quinn Bryant: Is there anything else you want to teach me, Mr. Miyagi? Cuz if not, I'm gonna go back to the bug. You wax on... I'm gonna go wax off.
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Great effort by filmmaker C. Wisecarver!
11 July 2003 | by (Boston, Massachusetts, USA) – See all my reviews

This a really good end product from filmmaker Christian Wisecarver and his devoted cast and crew. The film contains an easy-going well thought out plot and is topped off with comical, witty and satirical dialogue. My only complaint is that bartender should have had a much bigger part!


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