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Life on Liberty Street (2004)

A nurse, trying to salvage her life after her husband and job are gone, winds up working in a halfway house full of mildly brain-damaged patients and receives help from those she helps.

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Denise Di Fiori
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Rick Spencer
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Lucy Zane
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Richard Spencer
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Dr. Jake Mitchell
Galvin Chapman ...
Sam
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Gil
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Derek
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Mitch
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Justine (as Stacy Martino)
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Winnie
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Mrs. Lewis
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ER Intern
William Thomas Jr. ...
Dr. Jim Rivera
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Dr. Jake Mitchell supervises a Nova Scotia halfway-house for brain injury patients. Richard Jr. 'Rick' Spencer, a Harvard-elect whose brain was crippled in a car accident, gets on spectacularly well with unorthodox nurse Denise Di Fiori, who was fired from a city hospital for ignoring the doctor, and her darling boy Sam, who misses his divorced dad in daily life. Rick loves working in Sam's uncle Sal's pizza-parlor, and by accident becomes a local hero. Jake gets a crush on Denise, which renders Rick jealous. Richard Sr., a top lawyer, decides to break them up at all cost. Written by KGF Vissers

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Where anything is possible.

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Drama | Romance

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6 July 2004 (USA)  »

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Liberty Street  »

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Crazy Credits

In the on-screen credits, 'Mercury Sound Studios [us]' is listed as Mercury Sound Studious Inc. See more »

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Written and Performed by Phil Steele
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Finally, Another Family Movie
9 May 2004 | by (Chickasaw, AL (USA)) – See all my reviews

If ever you wanted to watch a movie without the words and scenes that make it a "better film," Life on Liberty Street is one. Not only does it have a start, middle and end, the actors play their parts fully and in tune with each other. Beyond these comments, Life on Liberty Street presents a meaningful accounts of relationships, love, and interaction between those who may not be fully accepted by society, let alone their own family friends. While it also shows how a few people, and sometimes just one person, can change a person's life, the film also shows boundaries that must be seen and acted upon within a relationship. The movie can be seen by the whole family.


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