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Dear Pillow (2004)

Wes, a socially awkward teen, is on an imaginative journey of sexual discovery. He forms an unlikely (and not entirely healthy) friendship with Dusty, an older man who writes erotica for a ... See full summary »

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Rusty Kelley ...
Wes
Gary Chason ...
Dusty
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Lorna
Cory Criswell ...
Dad
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Nick
Isabel Martin ...
Checkout Girl
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Checkout Boy
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Bank Teller
Alex Holdridge ...
Hotel Waiter
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Patrick Million ...
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Kent Adamson ...
Phone Man #3 (voice)
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Wes, a socially awkward teen, is on an imaginative journey of sexual discovery. He forms an unlikely (and not entirely healthy) friendship with Dusty, an older man who writes erotica for a pulp magazine. Wes doesn't have a clear roadmap of where he wants his journey to take him. Ultimately, his destination isn't really where he wants to be.

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18 January 2004 (USA)  »

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Kedves Párnám!  »

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The 16mm porn film played is double perf., but has a soundtrack. Only single perf. 16mm film can have a soundtrack. See more »

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Good story, poor photography
12 July 2004 | by (Emmaus, Pennsylvania) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at the Pocono Mountain Film Fest. The film deals with a young man who becomes interested in creating pornographic stories. He can't communicate with his father and instead becomes friends with a older gay neighbor Dusty. Dusty is a writer in the porno industry and acts as a mentor to the boy. The project was shot on video and could have used some lighting to illuminate the actor's faces. It seems like lighting was only used when it was too dark. This film will most likely not see distribution because of the subject matter; it is however a very good effort.


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