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Annabelle & Bear (2010)

The dramatic, tender story of a man who finds himself suddenly thrust into fatherhood, and the unexpected journey that leads him to discover the life-altering love found in the heart of his little girl.

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Curt Massof ...
Bear
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Annabelle
Ruby Harris ...
Annie
Jason Myres ...
Goldie
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Grace
Dal Bouey ...
Trisha
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Raymond
Rick Wooley ...
Johnny
Paul ...
Tino
Robert Larin ...
George Stanley
Sari Zalesin ...
Donna
Michael Jule ...
Dr. Jule
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Nurse
Marx W. Grant III ...
Tiny
John Magri ...
Tow Truck Driver
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The dramatic, tender story of a man who finds himself suddenly thrust into fatherhood, and the unexpected journey that leads him to discover the life-altering love found in the heart of his little girl.

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Written by Alex Wand
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The big, bad, and ugly about the drug culture.
12 March 2010 | by See all my reviews

First of all, the movie was great!!! I find myself thinking about the characters, even being disturbed, a week later. The disturbed part is only due to the fact that I hate to think of people, especially children being a victim of the drug culture. My heart went out to each of the characters for very different reasons. I loved how you wove in "good men" asking Bear to man-up and do the father job right. The story was very raw and very real, very moving. You got me tearing up at the end with the display of fatherly love. I loved the snap shots at the end! You did an impressive job portraying the big and the ugly of the drug/addiction culture. This is something nobody wants to see but you forced us to look as we got to know our new friends, Annabelle & Bear. Complicated relationships, surprising twists, humor, you had it all.


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