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Second-Story Man (2011)

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A couple robs banks while the daughter sits in the back of the car. As the man has a limp it's the woman doing the actual robbery. Something goes wrong and she gets shot. He moves and slowly loses his sanity.

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Arthur Black
Zaira Crystal ...
Maria Low
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Janet Rivers
Valerie Evering ...
Monique Low
Danny Hoskins ...
Max Rivers
Lea Mancarella ...
Holly Rivers
Dan Kulp ...
Dan Wheeler
Kevin Sean Sweeney ...
Deputy
Maria Elizabeth Sanguedolce ...
Doris
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Michael Arve ...
Maurice
Jodi Beckwith ...
Eunice
Jeff Miller ...
Jeff (as Jeff Alan Miller)
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A couple robs banks while the daughter sits in the back of the car. As the man has a limp it's the woman doing the actual robbery. Something goes wrong and she gets shot. He moves and slowly loses his sanity.

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Revenge doesn't come naturally

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Crime | Drama

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Very thought provoking
15 July 2012 | by See all my reviews

If you want a thought provoking movie that will make you do something with your gray matter besides letting it act like a sponge this is it. It presents real life, real people in all their rawness, which makes the audience able to relate to the characters. No Hollywood stars here to distract attention from the story, just great young actors whose performances are outstanding. In his directing, Neal Dhand pays close attention to details, from the choice of camera angle to the environmental details within each scene. He takes young actors and gets them to immerse themselves so thoroughly into their roles that it feels like you are no so much watching a movie, but spying on the real lives of the characters. After seeing it you'll be thinking about it for the next day and then you'll just need to watch it again.


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