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Strike Zone (2003)

Cameron Duncan's semi-autobiographical short film, made shortly before his death. Cameron learns that he has cancer and has two months to live. A huge softball fanatic, he decides to spend ... See full summary »

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Jeremy Stanley
Clayton Willocks
Roman Gabriel
Derrek Coleman
Kurt Allen
Taifau Matai
Dean Rice
Max Maoate Jr.
Tristan Tuhi
Bobbie King
Rhys Rogers
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Adriana Godfrey
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Cameron Duncan's semi-autobiographical short film, made shortly before his death. Cameron learns that he has cancer and has two months to live. A huge softball fanatic, he decides to spend his remaining time coaching a team and making them great. Written by rmlohner

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Зона нанесения удара  »

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Cameron Duncan's real-life funeral was exactly like the one of his character in the film. See more »

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Cameron: 2-1 with a runner on first and no outs? Jesus, that is not in our favor. That is not in our favor. Fifteen minutes is all we've got left, guys. Fifteen minutes, two innings, and six outs. Fifteen minutes, I don't give a damn what you do with your lives after this. I don't care if you never play this game again. But this championship's your gift to me, if nothing else than this. I want you to pitch the hardest your arm will let you throw the ball. I want you guys to run the fastest and the ...
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An inspiring, tear jerking, short film
3 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

If only he got the all clear.

I got the Return of The King DVD last week and only just started watching the documentaries. I checked a documentary out that Peter Jackson pointed out in his introduction that contained by film and another by Cameron.

I have to say i was very impressed by this film, I cried a lot towards the end. The story was inspiring and had an interesting style like a lot of todays big name filmmakers.

The other short film i saw that he made was another interesting film. In a different way i had an idea of what he was talking about. The feeling of being a cage you want to get out of but can't.

Overall this film gave me a feeling like i've never felt before. I've not cried this much watching a film in along time. If you get the ROTK Extened edition it is well worth a look.

R.I.P Cameron


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