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Dreams of the Wayward (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama | 21 September 2013 (USA)
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A young man runs away from home only to find that the world he is running to isn't quite what he anticipated.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Grant Douglas Bromley ...
Luke
Mark McIntyre ...
Sam
Doug Robertson ...
Dad
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacob Blizard ...
Nick
Doug Bromley ...
Detective
Grayson Bromley ...
Boy #1
Kris Bromley ...
Shopper
Max Dixon ...
Ian
Miranda Hudson ...
Actress #2
Parker Fox Hysmith ...
Dealer
Benjamin S. Neal ...
Lewis
John Neal ...
Pastor Paul (voice)
Madalyn Neal ...
Actress #1
Natalie Neal ...
Actress #3
Valerie Neal ...
Angry Mom
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Storyline

It has been one year since Luke graduated from high school, yet he chose not to go to college and quit his job last week. When his parents confront him about going to community college (or at least doing something with himself), Luke decides to run away from home to avoid responsibility. However, on his first night out on his own he is robbed and beaten to a bloody pulp by a local gang. With nothing left in his immediate possession, he wanders the streets for a few days only to stumble upon the gang that beat him up. His actions that day will change his life forever, but could change the lives of others for the better as well. Written by Grant Douglas Bromley

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Dreams and ambition go hand in hand... but what if you don't have any?

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Drama

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Not Rated
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$3,448 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

The home-movie footage in the opening scene of the film is actual footage of Grant Douglas Bromley and his friend Andrew Price in one of their first short films made while in the 6th grade. See more »

Quotes

Sam: It is strange, however, that dreams and movies are similar. As if the world isn't full of enough excitement.
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There are no opening credits in "Dreams of The Wayward", and the title doesn't appear until nearly 13 minutes into the film. See more »

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Written and Performed by Nick Skoda
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An excellent first film on a shoestring budget!
9 December 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Though it is not a perfect film, when I heard that this film was shot on a budget of $2,500, I was floored. I had the pleasure of seeing this at the Knoxville Film Festival and really enjoyed their authentic portrayal of the city (though it is often dark).

Visually it's astounding, and the performances are really strong. At times, Dreams of The Wayward does suffer from "first film" issues in the editing and overall narrative, but it's a solid first attempt at feature filmmaking. Very excited to see what Ben Neal and Grant Bromley will do next.

Highly recommended.


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