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Intertwined tales of three families who grow up on the same street, focusing on the relationship of fathers and sons. The first section features Anthony and Jenny and traces the father-son ... See full summary »
In the film, "Wake", the fateful reunion of four brothers quickly dissolves into a night of drinking, deceit, perversions, and death. They don't realize until it is too late that the party ... See full summary »
John Winthrop Philbrick
A dramedy about relationships and fidelity, or the lack thereof. A group of old high school friends, now in their late thirties, get together for the weekend to celebrate the 4th of July, for better or for worse.
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Grace is a Chinese American who longs to be a part of New York's high society. At a socialite event, she is mistaken for a Hong Kong heiress and meets her Prince Charming. Nothing is as it seems absorbing drama. What will happen to this Cinderella when the clock strikes midnight?
Fay Ann Lee
I had not heard of this film and the actors are not household names. What you have here is a moving story about the loss of innocence, pain and anguish, suffering and forgiveness. A little film with a big and universal message.
"The Unseen" depicts the worst and best of our natures. Kudos to Lisa France for her story and for the cast which brought this work to life. You should definitely make a date to see "The Unseen".
"The Unseen" reminds me of "To Kill A Mockingbird" and "Crash" for its substance and theme. The narration and acting by Philip Block as the blind man Sammy brings clarity to the viewer as the past and present are compellingly linked together. Treat yourself to this fine film.
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