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Cathedral Pines (2006)

| Drama | June 2006 (USA)
Ryan Tripp lived by the credo "nothing more can go wrong." Two years after losing his wife during childbirth, Tripp woke up in a hospital bed to find that he had survived the house fire ... See full summary »

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Michael Justin Aronson ...
Dead Guy
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Cassidy
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James
Mara Bonde ...
Jess
Lindsay Fairchild ...
Anna Dias
Michael Ficarra ...
Jon Carter
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Chip Haynes
Jerri Higgins ...
Mini-Van Driving Mom
Laurie Landry ...
The Dead
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Dr.. Brock Crosby
Donnie Moorhouse ...
Ryan Tripp
John R. Nambu ...
Native American Father
Jeff Pitchell ...
Bobby
James Plasse ...
Fireman #1
Drew Rose ...
College Driver
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Ryan Tripp lived by the credo "nothing more can go wrong." Two years after losing his wife during childbirth, Tripp woke up in a hospital bed to find that he had survived the house fire that claimed the lives of his three young boys. Tripp trudges through his days teaching English at a New England prep school, his alma mater, never bothering to look for closure or find solace. To him, "nothing more can go wrong" seems like the best way to get through the day. That was until he met Anna Dias. Hundreds of miles away in the small town of Margate, Anna is enduring struggles of her own. Coping with her inability to get pregnant and its affects on the disintegrating relationship with her boyfriend James, she is actively searching for the very things in life that Ryan Tripp has lost. It is Anna who is haunted by the spirits of three young boys. Looking for an explanation, Anna falls into the realm of Cathedral Pines, a sacred monument hidden in the Pine Barrens just outside of Margate. With ... Written by Donnie Moorhouse

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$15,000 (estimated)
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An amazing feat in Indie Film making
14 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

Congratulations to the group at Highland Shore Media for putting this thing together. As a fan of indie-films I was astonished to see a remarkable number of recognizably faces in the film. Peter Scolari does an amazing job in a real dramatic role. Very compelling. Colin Mochrie doesn't have any funny lines, but does a fine job. Peter Tork is brilliant as a schizophrenic street person. John Fiore from the Sopranos has a bit role and there is even an appearance from Robert Dubac (my wife recognized him from her soap). You have to be impressed with the amount of professional talent in such a low-budget experiment. I heard the producer speak at the Northampton Film Festival and the process of putting this together (including a large orchestra / film score) was very innovative. My understanding is that the DVD I have is a new edit with new scenes. Would like to grab the original if it is around


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