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Borderline Normal (2001)

A family goes through a divorce.


Jeff Beesley


Larry Mollin


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Robin Dunne ... Jeremy Walling
Caterina Scorsone ... Beth
Michael Ironside ... Coach Rehmer
Corbin Bernsen ... Benjiman Walling
Stephanie Zimbalist ... Vicky Walling
Eugene Lipinski ... Mr. Dickens
Will Sanderson ... Buddy Walling
Eric Johnson ... Rocco
Devin Keefe Devin Keefe ... Hayes
Omar Forrest Omar Forrest ... Kellog
Heather Chase Patterson Heather Chase Patterson ... Guylain (as Heather Patterson)
Nicholas Treeshin Nicholas Treeshin ... Quinn
James Whittingham James Whittingham ... Border Guard
Aaron Feser Aaron Feser ... Shopkeeper
Susan Martin Susan Martin ... Beth's Mom


Jeremy's world is coming apart. Mom has moved to Windsor and dad has stayed in Detroit with his eldest son. Jeremy moves between warring parents, loving them both but caught in an ugly custody battle. Starting at a new school in Canada complicates all of this. School brings the chance of new friends in an encounter group for children of divorced parents. Here he meets Beth, a tough girl who has found her own way of dealing with her parents divorce. Also pushing Jeremy to reach his own goals is his track coach. Although the stresses of divorce on children are at the center of this story, its focus is Jeremy, a young man everyone wants a piece of; his mother wants him for company and revenge, his girl-friend wants him to be the man in her life, his coach wants him to help the team win, his brother wants him to get lost and his father is determined to have him back at home. Written by Eva Pang <kestrel_childers@hotmail.com>

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21 February 2003 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

Al límite de lo normal See more »

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Filmed in Windsor Ontario Canada See more »

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best of the festival!
24 January 2001 | by Irishgirl2001See all my reviews

I saw this film in Belfast, last month at the Cinemagic film festival. It was easily the best film there! It is full of laughs but gets into some serious themes as well! I just read that it won the best film prize at the festival. The award is well deserved! I think it is a Canadian movie, so keep your eyes open for it. You won't be disappointed!

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