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Into the Arms of Strangers (2007)

A married amnesiac returns to the town where he used to live and discovers that his life is not as he has been told, but uncovering the truth of his past may get him killed.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ron Carey ...
Andy Barker
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Erin
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Sam
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Marie
Justin Lawrence ...
Alex
Robert T. Bruce ...
Bruce
Mark Shady ...
Jeff
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Dave
Paolo M. Oie-Echeverria ...
Thomas (as Paolo Oie-Echevarria)
Brian Baldinger ...
Masked Man / Alley Thug
Bill Lewis ...
Interviewer
Alison Thompson ...
Erin Mask
Shane Mechaley ...
Man in Restaurant
Annie Schweller ...
Woman in Restaurant 1
Erin McCarthy ...
Woman in Restaurant 2
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Three years after receiving brain damage in an accident, a man returns home to discover his life may be a lie. As two lives begin to become clear, he must determine what is actually happening, and more importantly, determine where he belongs. Written by chris harris

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Meet Andy Barker. Andy Barker just did.


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6 April 2007 (USA)  »

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$75,000 (estimated)
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Sam: I'm sorry, um... I thought you were somebody else.
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Very Special thanks to Oktay and Leslie Ortabasi and The Dreaming Tree. Without their deep love and support of independent film, this film probably couldn't have been made See more »

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Innovative cinematography, fascinating story
12 April 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The director seems to have a knack for finding the human element in any story, including one like this which so easily could have slipped into the conventional genre stereotypes. But Chris Harris deftly puts the focus on the human element and together with some great actors, gives us a compelling plot but more importantly, the people and emotions behind that plot. One of the ways he does this is through the innovative cinematography which in a Bergman-esquire way, although thoroughly modernized, keeps our focus on the faces and expressions of the main actors. If he carries this philosophy on to his next film, I think Mr. Harris's next effort will be well worth watching for.


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