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Mitchellville (2004)

When a corporate lawyer takes music lessons from an aging maestro, the men learn that not only their pasts, but also their futures, are dramatically intertwined.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Meenan ...
Gabriel's Conscience
Michael Voyer ...
Psychiatrist / Michael Thompson
Tessa Williamson (as Anna Lodej Pergola)
Leo Marks ...
Lawyer for National Hotles
Daniel Michael Cleary ...
Jana Andevska ...
Grace Williamson
Zach Hossler ...
Young Gabriel
Eliji Turner ...
Young Quincy
Ashley Gamber ...
Young Tessa
Chris Greer ...
Bully One
Daniel Hossler ...
Bully Two
Shane Russell ...
Teenage Gabriel
Christopher Wilson ...
Teenage Quincy
Ken Malik


Gabriel is a 30-year old lawyer who is haunted by a murder that he committed as a child. Terrified that somebody will one day learn of his crime, he leads a solitary life. He is kept company by the ghosts of his past, which he animates in the form of a novel about his redemption. Written by Anonymous

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An Evocative, Moody Film
29 January 2005 | by (San Francisco, USA) – See all my reviews

I saw Mitchelville at the Sundance festival this week, and it has remained with me ever since. While one would need to be in the proper mood to enjoy this quirky film, it is quite good in its own right.

The film focuses on a corporate lawyer, going through a battery of examinations with his firm's shrink prior to being made partner. As the lawyer describes his life to the psychiatrist, a complex past emerges.

I will not attempt to describe the maze of complexities that are presented, as this would give away too much of the film. Suffice it to say that his past leads him to unravel an old mystery, brought to the present through his dealing in an M&A activity at his firm.

This film is filled with beautiful, mysterious imagery and sound, and leaves the viewer questing what was fact, and what was imagination at the conclusion.

I recommend it to anyone seeking a dreamy diversion.

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