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Float (2008)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 2008 (USA)
Ray Fulton, a 55 year old owner of an Ice Cream shop, separates from his long-time wife and decides to move in with his 2 bachelor employees. As a result, all are forced to reassess their priorities.

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Ray Fulton
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Gevorg Manoogian
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Emily Fulton
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Ramon
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Vahig Manoogian
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Nicole
Alma S. Grey ...
Susannah (as Alma Saraci)
Anais Thomassian ...
Tami
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Pamela Fulton
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Matt
John Walcutt ...
Mr. Kellerman
Kelsea Button ...
Angie
Kimberley Bliquez ...
Rebecca
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Madge
Claudia Alzate ...
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Ray Fulton, a 55 year old owner of an Ice Cream shop, separates from his long-time wife and decides to move in with his 2 bachelor employees. As a result, all are forced to reassess their priorities.

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"It's all about the ice cream"

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated
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Tomato-strawberry chocolate chip??
3 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A clean and entertaining look at some of the core elements of human interaction. Personalities and lifestyle strategies may contrast as strongly as cold ice cream and a hot summer day, but without a little bravery and creativity, history's greatest flavor combinations would never have melted together. The cast repeatedly tackles scenes carried only by intimate one-on-one exchanges on deeply personal topics: dialog that's extremely difficult to express in real life and equally hard to reproduce on film. But they succeed admirably, and even though their characters sometimes feel like they're about to sink, they show us that tolerance can be learned even if it can't be taught, and acceptance can be extended to others once it's extended to self.


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