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Gyre, Part 2 

Jake's voiceover reflects on the constants of motion and change. Child protective services seems intent on taking Jake from Martin; the final decision may depend on Clea's recommendation. A... See full summary »

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Martin Bohm
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Clea Hopkins
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Jake Bohm
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Arnie Klepper
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Randall Meade
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Abigail Kelsey
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Avram Hadar
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Sheri Strepling
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Walt King aka The Invisible Prince
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Zack
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Thomas Becko
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Gwen Davis
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Colin Davis
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Jake's voiceover reflects on the constants of motion and change. Child protective services seems intent on taking Jake from Martin; the final decision may depend on Clea's recommendation. A recording engineer seeks to bring Jamaican brothers together to sing again; he's on the West Coast and gets a ride from Amelia's mother, still looking for her daughter. Martin is desperate to stop CPS from moving Jake; he buys a gun from Arnie. Randall has finished his work renovating the church, and although he's established the beginnings of a relationships, he believes he must keep moving. With all this movement, will the ensuing change be positive or tragic? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Drama | Mystery | Sci-Fi

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31 May 2012 (USA)  »

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Just before 39:00 (w/o commercials) one of the characters says "the car is unregistered, it doesn't even have plates." As the car drives off, you can see rear plates on the care pretty clearly. See more »

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Three Little Birds
Music & lyrics by Bob Marley
Performed by Playing for Change
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