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Junction -- Told by a potential employer that her portfolio isn't personal enough, aspiring photo journalist Michaela embarks on a twisted journey into her own family's history. A startling letter sent from the Arizona State Penitentiary, sends her on a quest to find her long-lost siblings. As Michaela searches for kinship, she stumbles into chaos.


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April Wade (screenplay)
Lira Kellerman (screenplay)
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Michaela, a lost and lonely young woman, gets a mysterious message from the father she never knew, sending her on a journey to discover twisted family secrets. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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[DVD Review] Junction
 (From JustPressPlay. 17 August 2009, 10:00 PM, PDT)

Watch "Junction" -- A True Indie Flick!
 (From Manny the Movie Guy. 16 August 2009, 10:29 AM, PDT)

‘Junction’ is wrought with that creepy feeling
 (From Reel Loop. 3 August 2009, 7:14 AM, PDT)

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  (in credits order)

April Wade ... Michaela

Lira Kellerman ... Victoria

Cindy Hogan ... Linda
Stephanie McVay ... Beverly

Edward Gusts ... Shane
Rollence Patugan ... Chris

A.J. Tannen ... Jeff

Jason Shepard ... The Danimal

Stephen Alan Brown ... Father
Tina Van Merkesteyn ... Pilgrim

Directed by
Neal Fradsham 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Lira Kellerman  screenplay
James Ryan  screenplay
April Wade  screenplay

Produced by
Lira Kellerman .... co-producer
April Wade .... producer
Original Music by
Sonia Wisgo 
Cinematography by
Aaron Platt (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Ron Santiano 
Casting by
Tracy Clifton 
Production Design by
Gloria Lamb 
Art Direction by
Resa Jorgensen  (as Resa Deverich)
Makeup Department
Gina Ortiz .... key makeup artist
Gina Ortiz .... special makeup effects artist
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joseph Aspen .... assistant director
Joseph Toman .... second assistant director
Ryan T. Watson .... second assistant director
Art Department
Jessie Boemper .... art production assistant: Los Angeles
Alexa Roland .... art p.a.
Sound Department
Brian Gill .... sound mixer
George A. Lara .... foley mixer
Rich Novak .... dialogue editor
Craig Polding .... sound editor
Eric Staskiel .... sound editor
Ilram Choi .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Alex Daboub .... key grip
Yusuf Khan .... grip
Gina Ortiz .... still photographer
Matt Sanderson .... camera operator
Charles Schiell .... electrician
Casting Department
Jennifer Bobiwash .... casting
Editorial Department
Dominik Rausch .... trailer editor
Music Department
Dominik Rausch .... composer: additional music

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Additional Details

USA:90 min (approx.)
Color | Color (hd)
Sound Mix:
6-Track Stereo (RCA Sound System)

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[first lines]
Michaela:[talking to her goldfish] His parents were great. They just played with him all afternoon. I think this is my best picture yet, Dorothy. It's important to see these things. These families. That they exist. The best part... the mom went to go get ice cream and the girl fell off the swing, and the sister put her back on the swing. The dad didn't even move. Not 'cuz he was lazy, but he was like, he knew that's what sisters are supposed to do.
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8 out of 11 people found the following review useful.
A nifty little movie, 2 June 2009
Author: leducdor-1 from France

I liked this movie. Not a little, not a lot, but I liked it. It starts out a bit slow, the Arizona scenery is as dry and depressing as one could wish, and every single character is unsympathetic. Michaela (April Wade), the young wanna-be photojournalist, is one of the least attractive leads you will see in a while. She grows on you though, and eventually you reach the point that every movie wants you to reach, you care. All of the other unsympathetic characters do their jobs and there are some interesting role reversals along the way. Give it a viewing and in the end, I don't think you will be disappointed that you watched it.

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