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Quench (2007)

Photographed in the warm beauty of Midwestern Autumn, QUENCH tells the story of Derik, a young man grieving over the recent death of a loved one.

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Derik
Benjamin Riley ...
Jason (as Ben Schmitt)
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Gina
Samantha Eileen DeTurk ...
Veronica
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Michael
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Jane
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Father (as Donald A. Becker)
Susan M. Martin ...
Mother
Dennis Crosswhite ...
Bartender
Jennifer Berkemeier ...
Waitress
Tai Hamilton ...
Attendant
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Bettina Blum ...
Mom
James Griffith ...
Gothic blood drinker
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Photographed in the warm beauty of Midwestern Autumn, QUENCH tells the story of Derik, a young man grieving over the recent death of a loved one.

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A Modern Gothic Tragedy.

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Drama

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31 October 2007 (USA)  »

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$39,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Horrible production/talent can't carry interesting concept
3 November 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's sad to say something like this about a well written independent such as this film, but an idea as intriguing as this deserved to be surrounded by talented film makers who could not only avoid giving the image a cheap, film school quality, but could also draw in decent actors to portray these deep characters. Bottom line: you couldn't pay me to watch this piece of poop again. Just in case you weren't convinced the first time, here's a second chance to cement this into your brain. It's sad to say something like this about a well written independent such as this film, but an idea as intriguing as this deserved to be surrounded by talented film makers who could not only avoid giving the image a cheap, film school quality, but could also draw in decent actors to portray these deep characters. Bottom line: you couldn't pay me to watch this piece of poop again.


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