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Cody Fitz (2011)

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A look into the appearance of a person verses the true individual. Following three young adults who've moved out on their own; Tom, coming from a wealthy background, he seems to have it all... See full summary »
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Credited cast:
Chris Ball ...
Cameron
Gordo Blakhart ...
Dr. Sil
Ryley Jordan Chalmers ...
Mandy
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Keith
Nicole Coston ...
Bartender
Annie Danko ...
Party Girl
Tiffany Deobald ...
Amy
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Ken
Steven Evanik ...
Edward
Sera Fisekci ...
Blaire
Dianne Freeman ...
Kathy
Manwinder Gill ...
Doctor
Dylann Golbeck ...
Tasha
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Angelica Janik ...
Carrie
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A look into the appearance of a person verses the true individual. Following three young adults who've moved out on their own; Tom, coming from a wealthy background, he seems to have it all together. Cody, who struggles day to day, and Cameron who coming from a repressed background tries to find himself. The three plan a trip to a cabin, where things start to fall apart. Written by Anonymous

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Named Top Drama - Feature at the 16th Indie Gathering International Film Festival, Hudson, Ohio (2012). See more »

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Cody Fitz Sees Life as Absurd!
27 April 2012 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Cody Fitz is an excellent character study about a young man who sees himself as having a life without purpose, but not overtly depressed, and being fascinated with methods of committing suicide. However, the film could have benefited from better editing. Each scene was a vignette separated from the previous scene by periods, mostly very short, of a dark screen. Some were long enough, though, to make the film appear slightly disjointed.

Nonetheless this is a landmark achievement of a feature film for 19 year old first time filmmaker Kurtis David Harder. An excellent sound track accompanied the visual and musical background was wonderfully mixed. I found myself on many occasions drifting into it. Kurtis was a pleasure to speak with on opening night and spared no effort in talking about what motivated him to make this film. Great job Kurt.


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