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Footprints (2009)

An amnesiac young woman (Sybil Temtchine) wakes up, face down on the footprints of Graumans Chinese Theatre, and spends one day, from sunrise to sunset, entirely on Hollywood Boulevard, ... See full summary »

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Victor
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Genevieve
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E-Man
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Cat Woman
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Mike the Tour Guide
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Solitary Stranger
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Joe the Auditor
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Manny
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Homeless Man
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Robert
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Robo-Dude
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Grandma
Stephanie Porges ...
Teen Girl #2
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An amnesiac young woman (Sybil Temtchine) wakes up, face down on the footprints of Graumans Chinese Theatre, and spends one day, from sunrise to sunset, entirely on Hollywood Boulevard, piecing together her identity through her interaction with a host of disparate characters and famous locales. Written by Producer

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On Hollywood Boulevard...Anything can happen

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Drama | Mystery

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16 December 2011 (USA)  »

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a lovely nod to Hollywood and dreams
12 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Footprints is a gorgeous, elegant film that looks at Hollywood from a very different perspective. Steve Peros has created a magical world that is a love letter to the city of dreams. Not to be missed for anyone who loves films. The atmosphere of the movie is mysterious, charming and full of surprises. A mix of drama and heart, the actors bring to life an eclectic and wonderful mix of characters that take us on a journey over the period of one day. From the magical opening to the charming end Peros has a beautiful tone that draws you in and makes you want to know what happens next. Christopher Caliendo's score compliments the film with subtle gorgeous cues that work with the film and don't overpower it.


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