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Greasewood Flat (2003)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 29 January 2015 (USA)
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This is the story of "Johnny", a struggling blues musician estranged from both his family and the country roots he left behind. Faced with endless dead-end gigs and his own loss of passion ... See full summary »

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Susan K. Brigham
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Irene Bedard ... Abbey
Mark Boone Junior ... Fred
Kieran Mulroney ... Henry
Chip Adams Chip Adams ... Johnny
Allison Stander-Marley Allison Stander-Marley ... Claire
Jamie Johnsen-Brigham Jamie Johnsen-Brigham ... Sarah
Virginia Hawkins Virginia Hawkins ... Janette
Lee McLaughlin Lee McLaughlin ... Jim
Ross Collins Ross Collins ... Mr. Pines
Nicole Arlyn ... Jayne (as Nikki Arlyn)
Tim Pingel ... Police Officer
Jason Tatum ... Guy in G-String
Ken Love Ken Love ... L.A. Businessman
Randy Murzynski Randy Murzynski ... Club Manager
Christina Surrano Christina Surrano ... Sandy
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This is the story of "Johnny", a struggling blues musician estranged from both his family and the country roots he left behind. Faced with endless dead-end gigs and his own loss of passion for the music he once thought was his life, he finds himself returning home to the three generations of women that he left behind. Written by Anonymous

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Where do you go to find yourself?

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Comedy | Drama

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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29 January 2015 (USA) See more »

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Arizona Flats See more »

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Fantastically shot independent film, great story!
19 December 2003 | by Brad LustSee all my reviews

I was lucky enough to see the film at the Cape Cod Film Festival in '2003. The movie is wonderfully shot with real Arizona location backgrounds on a working ranch. It is a great story of a young musician returning to his roots including the women in his life.

Yes it is also a story of his redeeming himself. Great performances by a varied cast that you have seen in other films. The camera work is great, and the movie comes across as much bigger that a self financed "independant" film.

Origionally shot on "Super 16mm" film and Panaflex cameras, prints were very nicely blown up to 35mm with a full Dolby SR surround soundtrack! The film is a real treat for the eyes, ears, and soul.

Take a friend and enjoy a great story without a lot of gunshots and car chases, and buildings on fire! You will LOVE all of the interesting "characters" in this movie. Very good direction also!


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