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Jasper Dean loves music. Some say he loves music too much. When he hears a beat he must dance, in fact, he can't stop. Jasper's father, Jed, was a musician. He left to go on the road when ... See full summary »

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Robert Duchaine ...
Clyde
Dan Gabriel ...
David Burke
Adam Gropman ...
Chuck Turner
Jeanine Hardy ...
Stick Salesgirl
Mickey Joseph ...
Col. Diamond Don
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Jericho
Seth Landau ...
Teddy
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Patti Mae
Michael Pace ...
Jesse Tunkwater
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Jasper Dean loves music. Some say he loves music too much. When he hears a beat he must dance, in fact, he can't stop. Jasper's father, Jed, was a musician. He left to go on the road when Jasper was just three years old. Jasper used to dance to his father's music all day long until his feet would bleed. Jed knew he wasn't coming back, so he told Jasper, "As long as you keep dancing to the music, I'll always be in your heart and you'll always be in mine." In Jasper's home, Shinola, West Virginia, the town's people don't know what to think of Jasper's uncontrollable dancing. Some think he's possessed, others have more "colorful" explanations. One thing is for sure, his fate awaits him at the Shinola County Fair. This year the fair features Jericho, "America's number one banjo pickin' sensation". Jericho plays for one reason - to honor his father's dying wish. Written by Anonymous

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A wonderful and extremely funny story.
25 June 2003 | by (Beverly Hills, CA) – See all my reviews

I have worked with Ian Harris (writer/director) in many capacitites over the years and seen him grow as a filmmaker. Dual is my favorite of his films. It's heartwarming and extremely funny. The talent level and story telling is superb. It's a smart, yet somewhat silly story of fate, and well, let's say dumb luck, shot in the news magazine/mock-doc sort of style, that Ian has become so well versed at. I'd highly recommend Dual to anyone who gets the chance to see it.


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