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The Collapsing Wall (2005)

A journey into the dark recesses of depression. A mind walk into the core of a troubled man. As Danny's past catches up with him, he must endure his own demons in order to survive.

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Credited cast:
Casey Jones Bastiians ...
Sign Language Woman
Tom Brennan ...
Steven
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Party Goer
Karlene Crockett ...
Receptionist
Keith C. Davis ...
Guy in Cafe
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Orderly
Roy Ferré ...
Video Store Clerk (as Roy Samuel Ferré)
Kristen Marie Holly ...
Beth / Danny's Mother / Rotting Girl
Tatiana Jones ...
Street Girl
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Drug Dealer
Armand Krishman ...
Boy Danny
Alan Marshall ...
Danny Gilliam
Julie Meyer-Houston ...
Nurse
Rachel Owens ...
Babysitter
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Bobby Don Baker
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A journey into the dark recesses of depression. A mind walk into the core of a troubled man. As Danny's past catches up with him, he must endure his own demons in order to survive.

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art horror | pyschological | See All (2) »

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Nothing changes. All remains dead. Descend.

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Drama

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29 September 2005 (USA)  »

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$5,000 (estimated)
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True Cinema Art
3 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Gets a 9 out of 10 because there's always some room for improvement. This is a gem amidst the quagmire of modern cinema. Pulse Films gave the director final cut, and he delivered a pure, heartfelt cinema art experience. Tremendous acting from fresh faces, a truly brilliant original soundtrack, beautiful cinematography, refreshing and soulful narrative. Congrats to all the filmmakers who brought this to life! If independent cinema like this could get into the mainstream, our movie-going audience mind would blossom. It may be a bit gritty around the edges, but if the rumors are true about how much was spent making this movie, then the filmmakers have even MORE reason to be proud!


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