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Into the Fire (2005)

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Into the Fire follows the story of Walter Hartwig, a lieutenant in the New York City Harbor Unit, who finally comes to terms with what is really important about this life.

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Walter Harwig, Jr.
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June Sickles
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Sandy Manetti
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Quinn Sickles
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Walter Hartwig, Sr.
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Arthur Jackson
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Captain Dave Cutler
Drew Cortese ...
Maraldi
Elizabeth Hobgood ...
Mandy Manetti
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Patty (as Michole White)
Philip Levy ...
Detective Stack
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NTSB Agent Parker (as Jeremy Johnson)
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NTSB Agent #2
Alexander Mitchell ...
Ed Lynch
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Into the Fire follows the story of Walter Hartwig, a lieutenant in the New York City Harbor Unit, who finally comes to terms with what is really important about this life.

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Some Souls Connect...Others Collide.

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Drama

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Rated R for some language | See all certifications »
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16 February 2007 (Argentina)  »

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En el fuego  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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Catrina: The only thing you remember are the moments, that take you above the cloud cover so you can see the sun never really left.
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Land of Hope and Dreams
Written and Produced and Performed by Bruce Springsteen
Courtesy by Columbia Records
By arrangements with SONY BMG Licensing
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That's the Beauty of It
12 January 2008 | by See all my reviews

A lot of the comments here about this movie seem to be of confusion. A second viewing should be attempted with other movie fans. That's how I viewed it. The movie requires some hand holding to fill in the blanks, that's the beauty of it. I don't know if that was a deliberate intention by the film maker, but I would like to think so. I know most like to have a movie played out before them without any effort to think needed, this movie is definitely not that kind of flix. Just reading some comments I can tell some have missed scenes or dialog. June was not just found because of low sugar levels. She has her own demons...a re-viewing my see them. Their relationship has very little to do with her son, but a need for a mother and a need for a son at a perfect intersection of lives. I believe everything you need to fill in the blanks are in the film. Sitting back and letting the story unfold before you in an simplistic straight forward time-line is not going to happen, a little effort on the viewers behalf is needed. I believe this is the intention of the film maker....BRAVO! to him


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