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In the Strangest Places (2005)

 -  Drama  -  8 July 2005 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Jason Szamreta ...
Chris
Lavette Gleis ...
Lara
Hope Stevenson ...
Phanni
Shelley Matiss ...
Flo / Marge
Casey Kern ...
Edie
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Milt (a comedian)
Marisa Merrigan ...
Cocktail Waitress
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Jordan
Christopher Zullig ...
Cale
Tad Carducci ...
Alex
Spencer Urbanowicz ...
Chris (age 10)
Brian Moss ...
Bar Bum #1
Mark Cappers ...
Bar Bum #2
Chuck Marin ...
Bar Bum #3
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Between there and here... Between then and now... Between answers and questions... We find ourselves...

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This film was selected as the only feature film shown during the 2005 Gulf Coast Film Festival in Nassau Bay (Houston), Texas. It is 89 minutes long while the next longest film at the festival was 43 minutes long. See more »

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References The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) See more »

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Beautifully filmed; deeply emotional; doesn't flinch.
15 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed watching this movie very much. It is beautifully filmed - the outdoor scenery and visual composition is outstanding, as is the editing. Hats off to writer/director Rob Buck on a fantastic job. I thoroughly enjoyed the rolling hills, gentle breezes, and open road driving - a perfect backdrop for long talks and emotional confessions. Through Buck's lens northwest New Jersey never looked so good. Lavette Gleis and Jason Szamreta give solid performances as the main characters

  • strangers really - who divulge a little more of their private and


painful stories with each passing mile. As actors they gave me what I wanted - a peek into themselves. They are believable and realistic, often showing true feeling and depth. The rest of the cast shines as well, from spouses, to friends, to waitresses, to fortunetellers, to passers-by; all originally portrayed and fun to watch. The high quality, tastefully performed original music is also nicely done and fits well with each fluid scene it accompanies. This picturesque study of some of life's more fragile and tragic moments is considerably deeper than it first appears to be. All in all this is a well thought out, carefully crafted movie from start to finish.


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