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Cayman Went (2009)

PG | | Drama, Family | 5 June 2009 (USA)
Cayman Went is the story of Josh Anders, a fading Hollywood underwater action star whose life takes on new meaning when he's forced to spend time with the eccentric, endearing inhabitants of Cayman Brac and their local dive community.

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Josh Anders
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Darby Thomas
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Rodgers Bowman (as Jeff DeMunn)
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Hans Kopechne
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Aniston Turnkey
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Seaver Weston
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Rachel Walsh
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Miles Baskin
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Lawson Peakes
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Girl in Bar
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Policewoman
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Max's Mom
Tenson Scott ...
'Q'
Rita Estevanovich ...
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Cayman Went is the story of Josh Anders, a fading Hollywood underwater action star whose life takes on new meaning when he's forced to spend time with the eccentric, endearing inhabitants of Cayman Brac and their local dive community.

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From deep in the Caribbean comes a film for all ages See more »

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Rated PG for mild suggestive material, some thematic elements and brief language | See all certifications »

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Cayman Went was the feature film debut for Ellie Kemper (Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Bridesmaids, NBC TV's The Office). See more »

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An excellent film for luring visitors to see the Cayman Islands.
17 June 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A gorgeous film. The scenes of the Cayman Islands are lush and inviting. The story has an expected outcome but nevertheless is quite pleasing in its development. The conflict between the big city slicker who tries to lure a second-rate actor with a failing TV series into duping the locals into parting with their beautiful natural land is true to form. How our hero has a change of heart is the core of the plot. His turnaround is what drives the film, nobly aided by the raw beauty of the Islands. The camera work and sound track add extra oomph to this film. There are some surprises that add to the film's novelty. I was very impressed with the stunning color and want to go to the Cayman Islands "in person". I want to be a part of nature as it exists there. I think that is the strength of this film. It's a feel good movie for all ages.


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