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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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Well Written, Well Crafted First Film
10 November 2004 | by (New Mexico) – See all my reviews

A very well written, shot, directed, and acted first film that received an Honorable Mention Jury Prize at CineVegas in 2004. Looking at this film you'd swear that some Hollywood studio had spent 10's of millions of dollars on sets, lighting, camera work and all the things that we expect from 'big time' movies. What gives it away that it is a truly independent film is the quality of the writing.

Its a moody and occasionally obscure story of a 30-something NYC lawyer who imagines himself making amends for old transgressions - his own and those of his law firm. There are many story elements and subplots, most of which coalesce in unlikely ways. We're not always sure of what's real and what's not but all is revealed - not in some clichéd surprise twist, but thru details and clues that gradually come together to form a complete picture.

This is an amazing first film that, unfortunately, may fit into that category of movies too good to get distribution.

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