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Life Inside Out (2013)

When a mother returns to her musical roots, she rediscovers the passion of her youth, and finds a way to connect with her troubled youngest son.

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Laura
Finneas O'Connell ...
Shane
Lori Nasso ...
Lydia
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Mike
William Dennis Hunt ...
Bill
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Eli
Orson Ossman ...
Devin
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Skip
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Wayne
Goh Nakamura ...
Sam
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Keira
Yogi Lonich ...
Yogi
Xenia ...
Xenia
Alexandra Wilson ...
Vicky
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Lucy
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"Life Inside Out" tells the parallel stories of Laura, a devoted mother of three teenage sons, and her struggling son Shane, the family misfit and a mystery to his Dad and brothers. When Laura stumbles upon her long forgotten guitar, she rediscovers her passion for music and songwriting. In an impulsive move to avoid attending another of her sister Lydia's scrapbook parties, Laura goes to her first open mic night, taking Shane (anxious to escape his own unpleasant fate on a father-son fishing trip) along for the ride. Despite her rocky entry into a new world of clubs and unusual characters, this first step into expressing herself proves to be the catalyst for changing not only her life, but Shane's, in complex and unpredictable ways. Written by Jill D'Agnenica

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A first step. A second chance.

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Drama

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Mother Laura and son Shane are played by real life mother and son, Maggie Baird and Finneas O'Connell. See more »

Soundtracks

Call Me When You Find Yourself
Written by Finneas O'Connell
Performed by Finneas O'Connell and Maggie Baird
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Exceptional Film
4 May 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film was very inspirational and thought provoking. It also made me laugh and cry. I enjoyed the ride completely from start to finish. Everyone in my home could relate to this film. I especially loved how the family worked together, despite moments of friction, to support each other. Being over forty myself and a singer/songwriter, I completely identified with the character played by the super talented Maggie Baird. My son, who is a teenager, loved the acting and the music by the mega-talented Finneas Baird O'Connell. We both loved watching the relationship and support between these two characters and could completely relate. All of the music in the film was superb. I wish more movies like this one would be made, because it is a great reflection of life and how things can work themselves out in a positive way if we are open to them and support each other. Loved the cinematography, humor, passion and artistry. A must see film!


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