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I like water under the bridge because I like all the emotions of the story line with Marco's (Craig Sheffer) death and all the father son issues that the main star had played by (Scott Cooper) as Jake remember's when his best friend Marco was killed in front of him in his father's supermarket and his father (Tommy Hinkley) holding the gun. And also starring (Gabrielle Anwar) as Catherine, as an Landlandy aka a landlord. That Jake has an interest in. Also Jakes mother is an alcoholic played by (Theresa Russell). It was a well thought out film. Plus along side of the film is the behind the scenes look at the movie you will laugh your head off in some parts of the making of the movie.
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