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The Face of the Earth (2005)

An edgy, visceral journey that briefly explores a dysfunctional friendship between two working class men and the overwhelming personal loss that haunts them both.

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Cicci
Kevin Martin ...
NYPD Detective #2
Ray Meyer ...
NYPD Officer #1
James Morricone ...
John
Carlos Ruiz ...
Driver
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NYPD Detective #1 (as Ismael Ruiz)
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Homeless Prophet
Milton Sweet ...
NYPD Officer #2
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An edgy, visceral journey that briefly explores a dysfunctional friendship between two working class men and the overwhelming personal loss that haunts them both.

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neo noir | new york city | See All (2) »

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Short | Crime | Drama

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23 April 2005 (USA)  »

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$6,000 (estimated)
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Controversial, Intriguing and Challenging
10 June 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The film for me was a view into a bizarre and controversial and intriguing cycle of a friendship that when it ended it felt as though it had not ever started.Did they know each other. Did they understand each other. What would there be to grieve about. The friends represented a see saw that was always uneven and would any balance be gained with the loss of one? Had any balance ever been attained or had a true friendship ever been discovered? The film just made me think every step along the way. I wanted to know more and more and all the time, I felt alone and I felt bothered. I will never know what they were thinking about at that moment of death. What does anyone think at that moment of death. Were they on two different planes in life. How could two people, two friends, be so far apart and so detached at a moment when a bond was being nurtured. What was left out, what was not there? Will one ever forgive the other?


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