When Wes' marriage dissolves, he moves in with his best friend since childhood, Ray, but a sudden aneurysm puts Ray in a coma for weeks. Wes, despite himself, finds a sense of peace in the ... See full summary »

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David Harlos ...
Wes Locker
Andrew Finnigan ...
Ray Hannigan
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Nurse Julie
Victoria Drake ...
Grace Carver
Dennis Moore ...
Mike Carver
Lisa Burns ...
Kayla
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Aimee
Dennis Fitzpatrick ...
Nathaniel Talman
Maya Battisti ...
Adrienne
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Doctor
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George Walton (as Andy Tribolini)
Laura Harlos ...
Chloe
Brittany Foster ...
Toni
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When Wes' marriage dissolves, he moves in with his best friend since childhood, Ray, but a sudden aneurysm puts Ray in a coma for weeks. Wes, despite himself, finds a sense of peace in the situation, but Ray's eventual return home strains their friendship as one friend clings to the past and the other focuses on the future. Written by Aaron Fullerton

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In the film, Wes (David Harlos) and Ray (Andrew Finnigan) have been best friends since the fourth grade. In real life, they've been best friends since the seventh. See more »

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Nurse Julie: Some people don't want their food to touch. Maybe you didn't want your friends to touch?
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This is a first class film!
15 October 2011 | by (gig harbor, washington) – See all my reviews

Fantastic Confabulations was superbly acted. It demonstrated marvelous direction. The story was a heartfelt story. We thoroughly related to and enjoyed the natural and authentic dialog. The photography quality is excellent showing clarity and depth. The editing also demonstrated excellence.We just viewed this film tonight at the Gig Harbor Film Festival and the Q&A session following the movie was truly engaging. The directors, producers, several actors and technical staff were in attendance. The questions from the audience were spot on and demonstrated a high level of understanding. The responses to the questions were thoughtful and revealed that honest and talented people were involved throughout all aspects of this film. This is a must see film. While the opening scene had some coarse language I would recommend this to PG and above audiences with the thought that the topics of deteriorating relationships and mortality issues are worthy of discussion in our community.


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