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My Tale of Two Cities (2008)

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Screenwriter (St. Elmo's Fire) and TV writer/producer (Saved By The Bell) Carl Kurlander was living in Hollywood when he received an offer to go back to his hometown and teach at the ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Richard Florida
Bob Grandizio
Franco Harris
Kirsten Heibert ...
Dancer
Teresa Heinz Kerry
Doug Kress
Carl Kurlander
Tom Kurlander
David Newell ...
Mr. McFeely
Christopher Noxon
Paul O'Neill
Joanne Rogers
Lynn Snyderman
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Screenwriter (St. Elmo's Fire) and TV writer/producer (Saved By The Bell) Carl Kurlander was living in Hollywood when he received an offer to go back to his hometown and teach at the University of Pittsburgh. In search for a more meaningful and balanced life for himself and his family, Carl decided to move back to Pittsburgh, the real life "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood." Shortly after, Fred Rogers died, and the city of Pittsburgh declared itself "financially distressed." With both himself and his hometown in a mid-life crisis, Kurlander set out on a Don Quixote quest to make a film to help the place where he grew up. Armed with a cranky cameraman, funded by his dermatologist, and often battling his wife, who longs to return to the sunny West Coast, Carl asks his neighbors from the famous (Franco Harris, Teresa Heinz Kerry) to the not-so-famous (his old gym teacher, the girl who inspired St. Elmo's Fire) how this once great industrial giant, which built America with its steel, conquered... Written by Kris Veenis

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Cinematographer Mark Knobil agreed to film this on the condition that he be allowed to film Carl Kurlander asking his dermatologist for money for the movie. This "subversive" style became a part of every scene as a "B" camera was running which Kurlander was not allowed to say "cut" to. See more »

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