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Dear Sidewalk (2013)

Dear Sidewalk tells the story of Gardner, a 24 year old mail-carrier, who is struggling to contend with his identity as his quarter-life crisis is in full swing. His regimented routine is ... See full summary »

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Gardner Langway (as Joe Mazzello)
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Paige Daniels
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Calvin Benson
Davi Jay ...
Strawberry
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Dale
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Linda
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Trudie
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Mark
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Tracy
Rachel Myhill ...
Rose
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Jim
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Irene
Steve Uzzell ...
Mr. Hassler
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Petunia
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Steve
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Dear Sidewalk tells the story of Gardner, a 24 year old mail-carrier, who is struggling to contend with his identity as his quarter-life crisis is in full swing. His regimented routine is thrown out the window when he meets Paige, a divorcee, enduring a mid-life crisis of her own. In this relationship there exists a synchronicity, as they find, despite their age difference, they're both confronting existential problems surrounding identity, love, and the choices in front of them. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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Charming Dram-edy
21 March 2014 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

I caught "Dear Sidewalk" at an old (read: dirty, poorly maintained) theater in San Francisco as part of an independent film series. Though the venue was a fright, the film turned out to be something else altogether: a charming, quirky comic drama about an introvert with no social skills trying to navigate the waters of his first serious adult relationship. Though it doesn't end up going anywhere much, and though the ending is too quick and tidy to be believed, the film is nevertheless a pleasant diversion (and it's worth the price of admission simply for the performance of Lana Dieterich as Trudy, and Austin, TX - though not named specifically - provides a lovely locale).


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