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Fortune (2009)

| Drama | 2009 (USA)
Two lives collide and then change forever when a suicidal psychiatrist is interrupted mid-attempt by the ambitious son of his wealthiest patient- a young man who claims to desperately need help and won't take no for an answer.

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Two lives collide and then change forever when a suicidal psychiatrist is interrupted mid-attempt by the ambitious son of his wealthiest patient- a young man who claims to desperately need help and won't take no for an answer.

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Some men seek it. Some are favored by it. Some suffer because of it. Sometimes all at once.

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Fun film to watch
30 March 2008 | by (Memphis - Onlocation) – See all my reviews

Saw this at the Memphis Onlocation Film Festival and really enjoyed it. It's set in New York and all the acting was very good and the story kept me into the film. The film is actually pretty short so the story just keeps moving.

People seemed to really enjoy the film in the audience and the festival people really said great things about this film. It's always fun to watch a movie with a suicidal psychiatrist and in parts I was reminded about the film "What about Bob". The ending also doesn't disappoint. It's nice to see Scott Cohen again and his performance is really good! So if you have a chance to see this film go see it.


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