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Becoming Eduardo (2009)

Meet Eddie Corazon-a teenage boy who identifies himself with "all the other semi-literate at-risk underprivileged economically deprived youth at the alt school who don't really give a rip ... See full summary »

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Henry
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Cassandra Ayers Smith ...
Tina 'Tennie' White
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Lupe
Manuel Chavez ...
Nichols
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Raul
Keith D. Cunningham ...
Curtis
Mike Dunay ...
T.J.
Alex Harding ...
Little Eddie
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Sergio
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Red
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Mrs. Crowley
Delana Michaels ...
Rhonda
Chris Nuñez ...
Primo Enrique
Irene Oliver-Lewis ...
Mrs. Martinez
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Meet Eddie Corazon-a teenage boy who identifies himself with "all the other semi-literate at-risk underprivileged economically deprived youth at the alt school who don't really give a rip about getting an education because what difference would it make if we did." Written by Lou Anne Johnson

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Pitch Perfect
17 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I was one of the lucky folks who got a ticket to see this beautiful film at the Burbank Film Festival. Writer / Director Rod McCall's poignant coming of age story was a pitch perfect performance by an amazing cast and left me ready for another offering from this masterful scribe and helmer. He and Producer Brad Littlefield assembled a great team and were very gracious to all who were there. In this day and age when studios can't make a good film with millions of dollars, it's so nice to see a true independent film that was made with blood and sweat equity. I recently saw that the film had distribution and was so excited. Run don't walk to get a copy of this great little film. Becoming Eduardo is an honest look at a unique culture and what it takes to rise above it's shackles of stereotyping. I love this movie.


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