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The Dive from Clausen's Pier (2005)

TV-14 | | Drama, Romance | TV Movie 25 July 2005
When an accident renders her fiancé a quadriplegic, Carrie faces mounting pressures that ultimately cause her to start a new life in New York.

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Kilroy
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Mike Mayer
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Jamie
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Rooster
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Simon Rhodes
Janet Land ...
Mrs. Bell
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Mrs. Mayer
Corey Turner ...
Stu
John Dartt ...
Mr. Mayer
Tara Doyle ...
Lane
John Beale ...
Viktor
Susie Counsel ...
Christine
David Christoffel ...
Dr. Boddicker
Douglas Robertson ...
John Jr.
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Good boy Mike Mayer is looking at a fine future and enjoys life with Wisconsin small town friends and steady girlfriend Carrie Beal, unaware that she's been questioning their very young love for a long time. After a terrible sudden accident leaves Mike a quadriplegic and his bitterness pushes Carrie into further uncertainty, she eventually does what none of the gang could imagine: she breaks things off and finally leaves him. Carrie departs for New York to pursue an undefined 'ambition', moving in with classmate Simon Rhodes. She starts a love affair with Paul Elliot 'Kilroy' Fraser. However he has his own nagging secrets, and her past needs dealing with. Written by KGF Vissers

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Life can be a leap of faith.

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Mergulho no Escuro  »

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loses the heart and soul of the novel
25 July 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Yet another sad attempt at turning a book into a film. I discovered the book by accident and went about encouraging my friends to read it because the characters, story, and compelling ending needed to be discussed. This film lends itself to no discussion beyond asking for what purpose the things that were changed, especially in character, were changed. By significantly changing the characters, especially Kiroy (the character in the book would NEVER have gone chasing after Carrie), the film lost all of the soul of the book. The greatest moment in the book, when Carrie gets the sewing machine in the mail, wasn't even in the film. Further, the film became less about one woman's journey to discover who she is and more about her dealing with her fiancé's accident. Definitely not recommended. Read the book.


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