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Father Son Holy Ghost (2014)

| Drama | 2014 (USA)
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A father and son take a mysterious road trip to the border of California, one which journeys them into both their pasts.

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Guenia Lemos ...
Marcela
James Rodriguez ...
Joe Rodriguez
Steve Parlavecchio ...
Young Joe
Aaron Robinson ...
Adrian
Harold Cannon ...
José Rodriguez
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Izzie the Biker
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Lieutenant DuSain
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Jason the Biker
Brianne Gates ...
Susan
Anthony Santucci ...
Mr. Travail
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A father and son take a mysterious road trip to the border of California, one which journeys them into both their pasts.

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The restoration of the Father

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$200,000 (estimated)
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Originally to be starring Eva Mendes in the role of "Marcela" and Scarlett Johansson in the role of "Christine," 2001. See more »

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Awesome Project with a Great Ending
7 April 2015 | by See all my reviews

I very recently saw this and immediately knew this was something special. Overall, the acting and script were great, but what was particularly captivating was the story and cinematography. The story as a whole was flawless, even if it was a bit slow in the beginning. Actors were great and relatable, and the dialogue, though a bit drawn out, helped keep the story moving along. Each act, though capable of being self-contained, is particularly powerful when added to the interconnected story. The ideas and questions presented really make you reflect on your own childhood, and make you question your experiences and, more importantly, what you think is right when raising a child. Though shot 14 years ago, this film presents issues that are very real today, and the social commentary adds controversy to the hotly debated issue of immigration. What makes this film special is that it doesn't tell you, it shows you, and you can really feel the emotions the characters are conveying. The director clearly shows vision, and I'm surprised this film isn't more known. Overall, a 10/10, despite the low budget. I can't wait to see this remade with a bigger budget and a couple of name actors!


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