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The Price of Life (1987)

| Drama, Sci-Fi, Short
The hours of your life as a currency you can buy or sell, trade or squander ...

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Dana Andersen ...
Alice
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Mother
Roy Brocksmith ...
The Old One
Ron Campbell ...
Stiles
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Young Stiles
Elizabeth Farley ...
Customer #2
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Walter
Ray Galvin ...
Old Man
Danna Garen ...
Old Woman
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Father
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Anthea
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Gambler
Julia Wilk Itzin ...
Alice at age 4
Briana Ziegler ...
Baby Zachary
Coleby Lombardo ...
Young Ned
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The hours of your life as a currency you can buy or sell, trade or squander ...

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Edited into American Playhouse: Triple Play II (1991) See more »

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Old, but story is fine for a short movie
13 May 2014 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

Don't expect a single special effect or any glamorous settings. It is a budget movie, so do not expect a Hollywood production.

The movie just tells a story about a boy from the start of his life until his youth.

The movie takes place in a dark and grim world. Maybe looking a bit post apocalyptic. In this world the currency you pay for goods is time. And when no more time then you die.

The actors do a good job.

I can recommend watching the movie. If you do not like the movie then you do only waste 40 minutes :-)


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