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Border to Border (1998)

Director:

Thomas Whelan

Writers:

Jeff Johnson (story), Corey Miller (as Corey D. Miller) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Curtis Armstrong ... Man in Diner
Lisa Arturo ... Lisa
Wendy Baker Wendy Baker ... Kelly
Ran Barker Ran Barker ... RV Driver
Abraham Benrubi ... Geddy Paretti
Sabrina Bertaccini ... Miss Kitty
Kent Buchanan Kent Buchanan ... Flat Tire Guy
K Callan ... Mrs. Piston
Nairi Davoudian Nairi Davoudian ... Susan
Farrah Fox-Collis Farrah Fox-Collis ... Waitress in Cafe
Randy Gangé Randy Gangé ... Pilot
Marla Gibbs ... Dela
Justin Gorence Justin Gorence ... Alex Lofton
Rick Hoffman ... Clerk
Brandon K. Hogan ... Elvis Impersonator
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Taglines:

You never know who you will meet on the Highway of Life

Genres:

Comedy | Adventure

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Official Sites:

Stage 15

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

May 1998 (USA) See more »

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Color:

Color
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This film is worth watching
4 November 2006 | by lifeadventureSee all my reviews

"Border to Border" is a very impressive film to watch, especially for a low budget film. I caught this film at the Napa Valley International Film Festival a few years back and meet the director Tom Whelan after the screening. When I watched the film I was very entertained and had a good time joining the crazy journey with the two lead characters Neil and Alex. Sure there were holes in the story (what independent film doesn't have them?) but then I learned that Whelan shot this film on weekends and holidays for about 8 months while working at Warner Bros. Eight months! I was able to speak with him after the screening (which happened to be the only sold out screening in the entire festival- and he received a standing ovation) and he was very nice and appreciative when he spoke to the audience. He managed to get this film in the "CAN" for only $225,000 while shooting in five states and over 140 different locations all without ever getting film permits! He manged to shoot the film on 35mm and with a crew of about 18 people, not including producers, I found out they had many producers - all people from the studio. He would start shooting scenes in one state and then finally finish the scene five months later in a different state. It's dam tough nowadays to make an interesting independent film and he managed to do it. He talked about shooting films in foreign countries and I have just recently noticed he shot a film in Thailand/Malaysia called "Somewhere" and a feature he just finished filming called "The Art of Travel" which was shot in Los Angeles, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, and Bolivia! I'm dieing to see that film. The guy has talent and seemed liked a guy who really loved to make movies. "Border" is really worth viewing. It's a dam good independent film.


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