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Mission (2001)

This delightful film is set in the bohemian Mission district of San Francisco. It depicts the unlikely friendship between seasoned Mission dweller, Jay, and newcomer Marvin, an aspiring ... See full summary »

Director:

Loren Marsh

Writer:

Loren Marsh
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Cast

Credited cast:
Chris Coburn Chris Coburn ... Marvin Raab
Joshua Leonard ... Jay
Sandrine Holt ... Ima
Adam Arkin ... Vissarion Belinsky
Bellamy Young ... Sandy
Shane Kramer Shane Kramer ... Nathan Raab
Evan Arnold ... Victor
Kristin Jones Kristin Jones ... Bean
Mari Colabelli Mari Colabelli ... Jenny
Dawn Walters ... Connie
Janine Pibal ... Candy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Karina Andrews Karina Andrews ... Gina
Peter Kepler Peter Kepler ... Guy #2
Rick LeCompte Rick LeCompte ... Dr. LeCompte (voice)
Robert Paul Taylor ... Party Animal
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This delightful film is set in the bohemian Mission district of San Francisco. It depicts the unlikely friendship between seasoned Mission dweller, Jay, and newcomer Marvin, an aspiring writer trying to live up to expectations of his New York mentor. Written by Anonymous

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Official Sites:

City Of Bars

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 June 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

City of Bars See more »

Filming Locations:

San Francisco, California, USA

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Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Excellent movie...great characters.
9 May 2002 | by maleficent26See all my reviews

I was at a film festival and heard Loren Marsh talking about this movie as part of a panel before I actually saw it. He said that he went to Europe in order to write without distraction and ended up writing about Mission, a neighborhood in San Francisco. This was an excellent movie full of real characters played very well by the actors. I was sort of skeptical about Joshua Leonard's acting ability, since the only other thing I had seen him in was "The Blair Witch", but he was great. From the first time you see him with his hand in a toilet while flushing. This was my favorite film from the festival. I hope it gets a wide release.

If you have seen this and liked it check out another festival movie "A Million Miles."


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