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Wednesday (2006)

Wednesday is a story of life, love, loss, and redemption.

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Lucy
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Luke
Philip Goldacre ...
Harold
Adrienne Marks ...
Linda
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Virgil
Holly Leach ...
Norma
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Julian
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Ian Campbell ...
First A.D.
Nic Dawkes ...
Willum / Young Harold
Dennis Dwulet ...
Dub
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Laurie
Nicole Gray ...
Maggie V.O.
Nakisha Guevara ...
Diana (as Nakisha Guevera)
Phil Harrington ...
Grocery Manager
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Nicholas V.O.
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Wednesday is divided into four separate segments: Luke & Lucy, Purgatory, Lyrics of a Lowly Life, and Narcissus Flower. Each segment details how different people deal with love and loss. These basic human emotions exist across the world, it's how we individually deal with them that separates and connects us all. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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1.33 : 1
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Julian: This film is my blood.....and i'm bleeding to death.
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Goodnight My Pumpkin Pie
by American Werewolf Academy
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Hope and Love
26 January 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film was beautifully written and directed. I was amazed at the different location shots, but more than that, by the complexities of the storyline. If the purpose of the film was to offer hope to the hopeless, then it succeeded. Bravo!

One of the things I liked best was opportunity. I had the opportunity to feel pain. I had the opportunity to sympathize or feel dislike for a character. Best of all, I had the option to hope.

I cried throughout the film. Hard enough that people turned around with knots in their throats and nodded at me in agreement.

Harold, you're wonderful! Hope you're happy up there.


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