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Scallop Pond (2004)

| Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Scallop Pond is a psychological mystery/thriller where greed, sex, and selfishness push life beyond reality and nothing is what it seems to be. Our story takes place in the plush town of ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Alexandra Buckley ...
Carla Wilson
Brian Carson ...
Tony
Jonathan Beatrice ...
Obsessed Fan
Joseph De Sane ...
Brian
Meghan Hanlon ...
Erika Wilson
Patrick Toon ...
Enrique
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sarah Browne ...
Motel Maid
Beverly Bullock ...
Mrs. Wilson
Steve Deighan ...
Bad Guy #1
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Cop
Sean Dill ...
Bartender
Tom Epstein ...
Sgt. O'Keefe
Sergi Ferrer ...
Boy on bike
David Fogelman ...
Dead Guy #1
Meri Halweil ...
T.V. Newscaster
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Scallop Pond is a psychological mystery/thriller where greed, sex, and selfishness push life beyond reality and nothing is what it seems to be. Our story takes place in the plush town of Southampton, New York. Nights are tarnished by mystery and fear when young men are murdered without a trace of a motive. The story revolves around Carla Wilson, a famous mystery writer, her sister Erika, and the people who surround them. An obsessive fan with peculiar demeanor shows up in the most unexpected places and the two sisters later fall under suspicion when the trail of dead men leads to their door. Written by Sabrina Ferrer

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nothing is what it seems to be...


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$250,000 (estimated)
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Director, Carlos Ferrer, was 16 when production began and turned 17 in the middle of shooting. See more »

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a mind-bending film noir
29 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I saw Scallop Pond at the Long Island Film Festival in 2005 and I was pleasantly surprised. The imagery and range of complexity was definitely worth the watch. Its a well crafted mystery.

I felt the acting could have been better at times but for a feature film done by a 16 year old, its really not bad. I still find it hard to believe that it was made by someone so young. I look forward to seeing more from this kid.

I recommend seeing it, especially if you're into film noir. They just don't make enough film noirs these days!

See it.


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