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Out of Season (2004)

 -  Crime | Drama  -  6 January 2007 (Hungary)
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When a young drifter is forced to stay the winter in a small seaside town, he inadvertently becomes the catalyst for deceit, double crossings and murder amongst the locals.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jordan Frieda ...
Michael Philipps
William Armstrong ...
Fraser MacDonald
David Murray ...
Simeon Guant
Geoffrey Clapham ...
Molly Barlow
Suburban Mom
Karl Baker ...
Suburban Dad
Stefan Velniciuc ...
Irina Dinescu ...
Hotel Maid
Mircea Stoian ...


It is out of season and the temporary employee Pierre of an amusement park seaside has all his savings stolen by the crook Simeon Guant, a friend of his girlfriend Kelly Phillips. Kelly is daughter of the owner of the park, Michael Philipps, who is married with Eileen Phillips. Eileen cheats her husband with Simeon, and they plot to kill Michael simulating a burglary and get his life insurance. Pierre, without any money, associates to the owner of a bar, the former thief Harry Barlow, who teaches him how to burglar. The reunion of these six characters has no happy ending. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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bar | murder | drifter | small town | theft | See more »


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Crime | Drama

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Rated R for strong violence, language and some sexuality | See all certifications »



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6 January 2007 (Hungary)  »

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$6,000,000 (estimated)

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Hello darkness my old friend
3 June 2005 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Screenwriter and director Jevon O'Neill has brought us a modern morality film for the age, worthy of its medieval stage predecessors. Themes of lust, money, sadism, scheming and religion fuel this gravity ride of a finely detailed plot to its inevitable conclusion.The film begins its full circle with drifter Pierre looking out to sea toward the light. Indeed, the use of light, darkness and grayness can be seen as a further metaphor throughout, and is exquisitely crafted. Harry soon develops into Pierre's clichéd mentor, but without giving too much away it can be said that Dennis Hopper's performance as the film progresses redeems more than just the development of Harry as a character. Likewise, fairground owner Michael (Jim Carter) begins with a curiously unconvincing mid-Atlantic accent, which mellows as the plot unfolds. His scheming daughter and sadistic wife are well casted as Gina Gershon and Dominique Swain. Simeon's complex motives are the key to understanding the plot, and David Murray's drawing of the character detail is a screen masterpiece. Out of Season is unlikely to achieve mainstream success, but could conceivably become a cult classic in the footsteps of, say, The Wicker Man.

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