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Cabin 6 (2005)

Not Rated | | Short, Drama | 2005 (USA)
Struggling with a pending divorce, Dan & Barbra rekindle their marriage after being stuck in a cabin in the woods for the weekend.




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Credited cast:
Barbra Williams
James E. Burns ...
Dan Williams
Park Attendant
David Case ...
Old Karl
Natalie Rose ...
Young Judith
Ramzy Saleh ...
Young Karl
Grady Sommerville ...
Son at Creek
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Newlywed Wife
Laurie Gillett ...
Old Judith
Josh Greco ...
Newlywed Husband
McKayla Hanlon ...
Daughter at Creek
Middle-Aged Judith
Rebecca Kudgus ...
Mother (voice)
Mike Pratt ...
Middle-Aged Karl
Father at Creek


Dan and Barbra Williams (Jim Burns and Perry Smith), a middle-aged couple are sent by their daughter off to a remote cabin for their anniversary. Unbeknownst to their daughter, Dan and Barbra are on the verge of divorce. Stuck in the cabin by the weather for three days, they are left with only bitterness and sarcasm. Barbra discovers a journal left in the cabin with various entries from previous visitors. Flashbacks take us through the journal entries from the passionate love of a newlywed couple to the undying love of an old man left with only his memories. As Dan and Barbra read through the journal, they relive their own great memories and learn that the love they lost may only need to be rekindled. Written by Michael McCaffrey

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In the Heart of the Woods


Short | Drama


Not Rated


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Beautifully shot and composed
26 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

The story is solid if sentimental; it plays a little like a Mormon commercial and successfully manipulates the "warm fuzzies" in the same way. I think the object was to tell a cautionary tale. It's an invitation to look at who you are and where you've been with your partner in life. Exploring the entries in a journal left in "Cabin 6" was an excellent vehicle for this and here it works really well.

The cinematography is gorgeous and every frame looks beautifully composed. The acting and dialogue is also consistently solid. If you're looking for an action picture... look somewhere else, the target here is the heart. Enjoy.

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