Brian McCauley, A TV producer returns to the bay town where he grew up to produce a simple reality TV show called "Town Diary". Once there he stumbles upon an accidental death of a cheerleader which may be a murder...

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Brian McCauley, A TV producer returns to the bay town where he grew up to produce a simple reality TV show called "Town Diary". Once there he stumbles upon an accidental death of a cheerleader which may be a murder...

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A unique mystery drama in which a reality TV show producer returns to his home town and uncovers some long hidden secrets.
7 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My wife is a big fan of Terry O'Quinn who plays Locke on the TV show Lost on ABC. While looking for films that Terry had done recently she found Town Diary on DVD where Terry has a supporting role as a retired police detective.

My wife and I are both indie film buffs and we thought Town Diary was a solid, interesting movie. The story has several plot turns and the cast keeps things moving. I was surprised that I have in my personal collection several movies that the lead actor, David Andrews, was in (Apollo 13, Fight Club, Terminator 3). Julianne Moore is one of my wife's favorites and the female lead Brette Taylor, is in Laws of Attraction, a Moore film that my wife owns.

One of my personal tell tale criteria in judging indie films is the sound quality and Town Diary's sound is sharp and clear from start to finish. There is no muddiness anywhere in the movie at all. The photography is fine. The outdoor night scenes are especially well lit for an indie film.

My favorite aspect of the film is the quirky supporting roles played by people like Angelica Torn, Amber Gross, Anne Grindlay, Robert Hogan and Don Leslie all of whom turn up in films and on TV pretty regularly.


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