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Morton Downey Jr.,
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What a treat. It is rare that such young filmmakers can pull off such a film. I just revisited this hidden gem and was amazed at its staying power. Bravo. Looking forward to more from this director. What's next? We are all waiting. Keep up the great work. Phenomenal performances and a truly heartwrenching climax carry this film to great heights. Why was it so difficult to get my hands on? I am rarely moved to tears. R.I.P. Justin- it is a shame that your promising career came to such an early end. We will miss you, and forever cherish your existing body of work. We need more indies like Pigeonholed. What ever happened to the true New York independent film? Will it be resurrected?
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