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Jordan Meadows ...
Charles
John-Dylan Howard ...
Joe
Krie Alden ...
Melissa
Compton Chester ...
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Jessica Dubarry ...
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Ron Brienes ...
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Antonio Suarez ...
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Kevin Michael Hall ...
Homeless man
Steve Tichenor ...
Radio DJ
Peter Blas ...
Man Playing Pool
Maria Ramsey ...
Woman playing pool
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A tale about life and the forces that affect it. This drama revolves around three different yet very similar stories. Walter Horton is a man trying to come to grips with the loss of his multi-million dollar corporation. His downward spiral takes him through various parts of Long Island City where he encounters a variety of New York inhabitants. These encounters make up the three story arc. What seems unrelated and trivial at first becomes intricately involved as all three stories collide. Written by Kevin Hall

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13 July 2004 (USA)  »

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Exquisite
21 March 2005 | by (Uruguay) – See all my reviews

I saw this film at the High Definition fest in New York and went again looking for it at the Long Island International Film Expo. I really think this is a great piece of work. Its blend of cutting age technology and great cinematographic technique are combined harmonically in a explosive and provocative whole. The work of Kevin Hall and his crue of refreshingly different, good-looking, actors achieve putting across a wide and vivid experiential sensation most commonly associated with full features. The film is thought provoking without overstating the subtleties to be picked up by the attentive, engaged audience and rewards them with hidden surprises and expectational dis-linearities.... What the film lacks in size it makes up rich scene changes and multiple layers of parallel evocations...I recommend it to all


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