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Conversations with Lucifer (2011)

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Darby is a 23 year-old recovering addict headed for a relapse. On her 30th day clean, she gets a cat to mark the milestone, and the two forge an unexpected bond that saves Darby's life and sets her back on the road to recovery.

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Darby Quinn
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Jack Quinn
Brandon Karrer ...
Hudson
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Brooke
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Ronny
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Ashley (as Madison Moellers)
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Zoe Sara Allen ...
Care Home Patient
Anya Benton ...
Maxine Brooks ...
Amy
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Care Nurse
Jason Ellefson ...
Robert
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Nurse
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Rebecca
Tereza Rizzardi ...
Kerry Quinn
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Darby is a 23 year-old recovering addict headed for a relapse. On her 30th day clean, she gets a cat to mark the milestone, and the two forge an unexpected bond that saves Darby's life and sets her back on the road to recovery.

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Hope found her where she least expected it.

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Short | Drama

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Far From Here, A Place For Me
Alissa Moreno
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Shevaun is so perfect for the character in the movie.
28 May 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a fantastic film. The movie has a deep plot that is filled with events that happen to a woman who has experienced a tragic event that she is unable to cope with in a positive manner. The movie is about self destructive behavior, addiction and blame. Shevaun's acting is superb in every manner. Her outfits are detailed to the time period. Her beauty is never taken away from her even when she is at her lowest point.This is a movie that all who have an unfortunate event in their life should see. The settings reflect the detail of what happened once before in another time period but are relevant today. The 1940's cars hair styles, clothing and household furnishings are so detailed that it makes you feel you have traveled back in time.


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