Addison Madeira is a nine year old boy coping with a terrible trauma. Refusing to speak and estranged from his mother, he creates a world of his own, hidden behind a blanket hanging from his bedroom wall.

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Andres Alcala ...
The Teacher
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Doctor
Dana Harris ...
Mrs. Crow
Colton Lasater ...
Addison
Benjamin Milam ...
Marcus Emerick
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School kid (as Brandon Moss)
Ritah Parrish ...
Asper
Zachary Rice ...
Boy in fight
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Addison Madeira is a nine year old boy coping with a terrible trauma. Refusing to speak and estranged from his mother, he creates a world of his own, hidden behind a blanket hanging from his bedroom wall.

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Grief has a voice of its own.

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4 March 2006 (USA)  »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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Official Selection into the George Eastman House Film Museum in Rochester, New York. See more »

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This Movie Is Magical...It Makes 1 Hour Seem Like 3 Hours!
28 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Unfortunately, i made the mistake of checking to see the rating of this movie, here at IMDb, back when there were less than 10 members who had rated it. The overall rating was an 8, so i decided to check the movie out. After watching the movie, i can't believe it still has an overall rating above a 3! It's basically about a mother and her son(Addison), who move to a new town after the father commits suicide in their previous home, which is all explained to the principal by the mother when enrolling Addison in his new school. Addison hasn't said a word since his father killed himself, and the mother seems to think it's just his way of "working through" the tragedy. And although she is basically having a mental breakdown over the silence of her son, she doesn't want to pressure him to speak, nor does she want anyone else to pressure him to speak. This is where the story ends for me, which is 3/4 through the movie. I mean, Addison starts writing random stuff on his bedroom wall at night. There really isn't even to many scenes dedicated to his wall scribblings, and it's never quite clear what any of them say or mean. The movie just crawls along at a snails pace. The entire script couldn't have been any longer than 15 pages, even if double spaced! To sum it up, i would compare this movie to an incomplete sentence. It just leaves too...


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