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KiKi Teague ...
Jolene
Kevin Otto ...
Josh
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Paul
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Caroline (as Heather McClurg)
Dan Dieffenbach ...
Eric
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Michelle
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Mike
Jason Austell ...
Police Officer
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Bartender #1
Von Schauer ...
Tow Truck Driver
Heidi Nollenberger ...
Waitress #1
Robert Ralph Vincent ...
Wrangler Dan
Greta Wasserman ...
Waitress #2
Bill Dunnam ...
Chili Guy
Shawn Styles ...
Waiter
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Song of Songs is the story of Jolene, an up and coming musician, who is ready to toss out everything she's worked her whole life for to win the heart of the man of her dreams, her roommate Josh. The problem is she's the exact opposite of everything he's looking for, and he's even got a list to prove it. To make matters worse, he's just found the perfect woman in L.A., and he's on his way to meet her. Risking everything, Jolene jumps into the middle of Josh's plans and joins him on his haphazard road trip. Letting love ride shotgun from Austin to L.A. the two share a misguided adventure that leads them to discover that on the road of life, you must expect detours. Written by Tobin Smith

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On the road of life, expect detours

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September 2002 (USA)  »

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A traditional Hollywood film in an independent movie
24 June 2004 | by (Vancouver, BC) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie at the San Diego Film Festival. For a small independent film it had many pleasantries. The acting was above average, the pacing was smooth, the story well told. The filmmakers seamed to make a lot of use with all the characters that are constantly introduced. My only quip was that the film really followed the traditional stylings of bigger budget films, instead of allowing itself to take the chances that only independent filmmakers can get away with. It was a traditional Hollywood type story told in an independent film budget. With lesser known, yet talented, actors in the roles you could picture some of Hollywood's brightest playing.


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