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Step Away from the Stone (2010)

PG-13 | | Drama | 30 November 2010 (USA)
A music producer attempts to dull the pain of her past with the use of drugs. Traumatized both physically and mentally by an almost fatal car accident she is forced to battle her inner ... See full summary »

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Karen McCann ...
Brooke
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Nick
Pat Harris ...
Gram
Stephen Kelly ...
Peter
Misty Steele ...
Ayzhia
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Val
Lindsey Kay Ray ...
Ashley (as Lindsey Forga)
Ryk St. Vincent ...
The Man
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Nicholas Bleau ...
Rehab Patient
Treva Blomquist ...
Singer
Erin Boyd ...
Abigail
Michael Brown ...
Terry
Phillip Cottingham ...
Tad
Sherrye Craig ...
ER Doctor
Amanda Cramer ...
Amy
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A music producer attempts to dull the pain of her past with the use of drugs. Traumatized both physically and mentally by an almost fatal car accident she is forced to battle her inner darkness. Forgiving and letting go of the past is the only way to save her self. Written by Karen McCann

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A music producer finds redemption after a near tragic car accident

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Rated PG-13 for thematic elements involving substance abuse
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$500,000 (estimated)
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The local rock band Siversa won a competition held at The Revolution Room on February 21st, 2010 to be in the movie and had a scene included of them performing live at Cajun's Wharf. Other bands/artists that competed were Amanda Cramer, Alex Geiger, Treva Blomquist, Malcadence, Dark From Day One, Inner City Lights, 4 On the Floor, and Thread. See more »

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Can you handle the truth
23 March 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This movie have some very good actors, such as Will Koberg, Candyce Hinkle and Ryk St. Vincent. The location(s) and setup of each scene was good. The Man and Brooke in the garden was one of the most beautiful shots capture in this movie…seeing the children playing along embraces you with such happiness. The message from the movie highlights the fact that one can obtain closure from their past. Life lesson of healing from a loss, mending broken relationships, finding peace within themselves and most important becoming reborn into a life with God. All the things we can all learn from. A movie were you shouldn't judge, but learn to step away from the stone. Now for the bad points...movie was unable to hold my interest and was all over the place, hard to follow...more like watching a 1970's movie.


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