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Falling to Peaces (1999)

Ed Thomas is having health problems, his job is stressful, and now the coming weekend is shaping up to be a bad one. He has refused to go to his father's sixty-fifth birthday party, because... See full summary »

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Matthew Grove
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dean Avery Dean Avery ... Joe Thomas
Stephen Francis Quinn Stephen Francis Quinn ... Elijah Thomas (as Stephen Quinn)
Marty Lodge Marty Lodge ... Clyde Jacobs
Yancy Langston Yancy Langston ... Ronald Thomas
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Lucy Brightman Lucy Brightman ... Aunt Odelay
David Silverstein David Silverstein ... Male Receptionist
Holly Twyford Holly Twyford ... Giselle
Desiree Marie Velez ... Maria
Delaney Williams ... Ed Thomas
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Ed Thomas is having health problems, his job is stressful, and now the coming weekend is shaping up to be a bad one. He has refused to go to his father's sixty-fifth birthday party, because he and his father don't get along. Unfortunately, circumstances decree that the party is coming to Ed's house, along with his whole extended family and all their problems. Written by George S. Davis <mgeorges@prodigy.net>

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Comedy | Drama

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Official Sites:

Anders International, Inc.

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 September 1999 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Virginia, USA

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Budget:

$370,000 (estimated)
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Anders International See more »
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Weed Whacker wrangler: Michael Dymek and Brandon Thomas See more »

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Fairly true-to-life writing and characters are strong.
7 December 1999 | by KOAN-3See all my reviews

Fairly true-to-life writing and characters are strong. The film fights to steer clear of an ensemble piece, giving plenty of screen time to the main character--who works pretty well. But by the end, things start to feel kind of like The Big Chill. Target audience is definitely the 30-something crowd, although a kid is thrown in for good measure and pulls off his part with some believable only child issues. Strong first effort of overall filmmaking.


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