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First, Last and Deposit (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama | 16 April 2000 (USA)
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Thirteen-year-old Tessa faces more than the usual tribulations of adolescence.

Director:

Peter Hyoguchi

Writers:

Duffy Hecht (story), Peter Hyoguchi (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sara Wilcox Sara Wilcox ... Christine
Jessica White ... Tessa
Don Margolin Don Margolin ... Ronald
Alanna Learned Alanna Learned ... Zoe
Robin Alcorn Robin Alcorn ... Courtney
Alison Coutts-Jordon Alison Coutts-Jordon ... Gabby (as Alison Coutts-Jordan)
Glen Phillips ... Jordan
Katie Thatcher ... Zoe's Mom
Jason Hallows Jason Hallows ... Roy
Buddy Winston Buddy Winston ... Drama Teacher
Danielle Aubuchon Danielle Aubuchon ... Ronald's Wife
Henny Jenson Henny Jenson ... Gabby's Mom
David Brainard David Brainard ... Gabby's Boyfriend (as David M. Brainard)
Daniel Revie Daniel Revie ... Tow Yard Guy
Jennifer A. Reinish Jennifer A. Reinish ... Woman In Market
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Thirteen-year-old Tessa faces more than the usual tribulations of adolescence.

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Genres:

Drama

Certificate:

Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 April 2000 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Santa Barbara, California, USA

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Stereo

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Color
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The music in First, Last and Deposit is by Glen Phillips of the band Toad The Wet Sprocket. Phillips also plays the part of Jordan (guy at the kiosk). See more »

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Finally A Real Film
17 January 2001 | by wedisneySee all my reviews

It's good to see that there are still "real" film makers left in Hollywood. This movie uses a hand-held documentary style of film making that makes you really feel for the characters. Every aspect is real. The hardships of a single mother and her daughter trying to live really hits home. It reveals to us that the trivial problems we face everyday are just that, trivial!


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