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Amour Infinity (2000)

Not Rated | | Drama | 13 November 2000 (USA)
'The odds are stacked up against a young east Flatbush, Brooklyn man (Jerry Lamothe). He's lost his job, his girlfriend of five years, and the mother of his child just left him as well.

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Jerry LaMothe

Writer:

Jerry LaMothe
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Credited cast:
Jerry LaMothe ... Derek
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Markee Adams Markee Adams ... Justin
Marcus Allen Marcus Allen ... Steve
Jas Anderson Jas Anderson
Stephen Asaro ... Danny
Tyler Bertaneau-Cadet Tyler Bertaneau-Cadet ... Shawn
Jamie Burton-Oare ... Amour (as Jamie Burton)
Stan Carp ... Boss
Stacy Hill Stacy Hill
Hassan Johnson ... Silence
Tammi Katherine Jones Tammi Katherine Jones
Errol Kelly Errol Kelly ... Runup
Alana Koeber Alana Koeber ... Club Girl
Erik McKay ... Andrew
Julian Morton Julian Morton ... Freedom
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'The odds are stacked up against a young east Flatbush, Brooklyn man (Jerry Lamothe). He's lost his job, his girlfriend of five years, and the mother of his child just left him as well.

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Drama

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Not Rated
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USA

Language:

English

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13 November 2000 (USA) See more »

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Tru-Life Film See more »
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The character listed as Papa Smurf real name is James McMillan III. Mr. McMillan is know for his political activism and his campaign slogan when he ran for president of the U.S., mayor of New York and governor of New York, "the rent is too high". See more »

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Beautiful movie beautifully made
7 May 2006 | by ShastaCola99See all my reviews

I came across this movie by chance at Wal-mart of all places, it was in one of those bins where you get 4 movies for one price. I almost over looked it, but I am so glad that I didn't. This movie was fulled with situations such as love,loss and friendship. The relationships were very realistic, almost reality TV like. As if the actors didn't know they were being filmed. I must say I was at a point where I was tired of all the bigger budget movies that are being marketed toward blacks. This movie was refreshing in it's originality. Now there were the stereotypical characters, like the baby mama, the drug dealer, the militant, and the brother that's on the stoop all day. But the screen time for these characters was very short, and didn't draw away from the bigger story at all.


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