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Divine Unrest (2008)

PG-13 | | Drama, Mystery | 14 August 2008 (USA)
A story of a man's struggle between addiction and love. Losing sight of reality, he is left to battle the guilt and memories of his past and survive in the world he has entered.

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Halsey Varady ...
Carmen
Cameron Edgerton ...
Ariele Galah ...
Sherry (as Ariele Senara)
Glenn Norgren ...
Leo
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Ken
Kyle Beatty ...
Carl
Megan Tsimpidis ...
Janet
Estelle Raskin ...
Call girl
Jim Tsimpidis ...
Martin
Brent Edgerton ...
Sean Griffen
Eric Danes ...
Mike
David Kleckley ...
Darnell
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Pat
Alex Plant ...
Lou
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A story of a man's struggle between addiction and love. Losing sight of reality, he is left to battle the guilt and memories of his past and survive in the world he has entered.

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Drama | Mystery

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$150,000 (estimated)
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Trivia

Hunter G. Williams missed a scheduled tryout for the Los Angeles Galaxy, while filming "Divine Unrest" in San Francico, Ca. See more »

Quotes

Leo: Things are bound to get a lot stranger.
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In Memory
Written by Kyle Mazza
Performed by Kyle Mazza
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Better than anticipated.
2 September 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was able to watch this movie and I must say, when I saw the trailer I was a little confused but, after seeing the movie I must say it's well done with a good story. For actors who aren't too well known yet, there was some good acting involved. I felt Hunter G. Williams and Bill Elverman played quite well off each other and Leo was a welcome comedic relief! There is a very funny scene which I still laugh every time I think of it involving this character. Kinda gross but, def funny. For an Indie they seemed to have some great locations in Ca and the Midwest. I've watched a couple of David Dietrich's short films as well. He has an interesting eye and it appears he enjoys working with Hunter and Bill. I can understand why. I look forward to seeing future projects. I'm not gonna tell you it's a must see movie or anything but, all and all I can honestly say it's a well done Independent film.

Cheers


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