Frances is a dedicated female cop, Cordero, a cold blooded gangster arrested for thievery and murder. When Cordero's heist goes awry, his bloodthirsty boss wants him dead at any cost, and ... See full summary »
After years in a loving home, Jon, a toy, was forgotten, deserted and ultimately betrayed by his adoptive mother. He returns to live a sad life as a worker on the line. With each new birth, Jon laments the days when life was good and he was loved. Jon learns that the evil child catcher, Yuri, has discovered they stole a new born baby from the factory floor, he moves into action to escape the oppressive city and find a safe home for his wife and child. With each day, Jon and Mary find the safety and sense of home they have always longed for, but it's not enough. Jon is torn between saving the mother he has always dreamed or saving his own family. Written by
A movie which mix all kind of genres in one, and so hard to put in a "case genre" thanks to the diversity it offers. It's kind of a musical tale but dark, and in the same time touching, and with a lot of humors ! Your feelings are never settled and challenged during the whole movie and I loved that :)
Being a huge fan of Zoie Palmer, I bought and wanted watch this movie, first of all for her. She offers us again here an other side of her huge talent with the incredible performance as Bethany. And if I knew a bit some of the others actors, I discovered better in this movie their work, and discovered new ones too. Rob Ramsey is indeed so amazing and so touching (also what a singer !) as Jon, as Julian R. just brilliant .., and Suresh John made me laugh out loud whit the hilarious Sly :) And sooo happy to see the wonderful Allana H. in the cast too ! Well, just a big Bravo to the whole actors, team, crew, on the amazing movie there which is Patchtown !!
To watch and re-watch !
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