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Twelve Steps Outside (2002)

Two friends decide that the city has little to offer them, so they decide to start walking. In their attempts to escape the city on foot, they encounter a wide spectrum of characters, and ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Harlan Baker ...
One-Eyed Boss
Anna Balbo-Baldwin ...
Titters the Pie Girl
Allen Baldwin ...
Copy Machine Worker
Thomas Baldwin ...
Beer Thief
Katie Benner ...
Boiler Girl
Tim Brosnihan ...
Mustachioed Chasing Man
Seth Burnham ...
Tow Truck Driver
James Cagney IV ...
Eddie The Suburban Father
Luke Cunningham ...
Shamus the Thug
Jay Davis ...
Cab Thief
Dick Doughty ...
Parking Lot Punk
Ron Eby ...
Parking Lot Punk
Amy Eden ...
June the Suburban Mom
Sean Foley ...
John Romanoman
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Meter Maid (as Paula Gallucci)
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Two friends decide that the city has little to offer them, so they decide to start walking. In their attempts to escape the city on foot, they encounter a wide spectrum of characters, and eventually find that leaving things behind is more difficult than they had imagined. Written by Allen Baldwin

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17 July 2002 (USA)  »

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$25,000 (estimated)
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The canteen Andy and Horace take with them on their walk keeps disappearing and reappearing between shots. See more »

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Fish Wrangler - Jenn Wiles See more »

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References Bottle Rocket (1996) See more »

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quiet, but enjoyable
10 June 2004 | by See all my reviews

Often times, a director's/writer's first film looks stupid.

This is not the case with this film.

There is the amateur quality, but more noticeable than this is the feel of the entire cast and crew that creates a consistent and youthful tone, reflecting the characters' emotions as well as the hope and motivation that any first-time filmmaker might put into their initial project.

It's hard to tell if these characters are real actors or just want-to-bes, but they come off well...whether it be some stroke of luck or an actual manifestation of natural talent. This film is endearing, memorable, and pleasant to watch.


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