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"STATISTICS" tells the story of six individuals who all share one thing in common: they will become statistics by the end of the day. They are neither heroes nor criminals, but everyday ... See full summary »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Kent Harper ... David Allen
Scott Rudolph ... Jack Kindle
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Frank Alvarez ... Mugger
Fiona Angus Fiona Angus ... Head Nurse #1
Mark Atienza ... Officer Williams
Ange Billman ... Julie
Kendal Brenneman ... Waitress
Bill Lee Brown ... Officer Clark
Angela Crickman Angela Crickman ... Head Nurse #2
James DuMont ... Gas Can Guy
Sinclair DuMont ... Katie (as Sinclair Marie DuMont)
Gill Gayle ... Walt
Jody Jones Jody Jones ... Radio Station Engineer
Costas Koromilas Costas Koromilas ... Tom Coal
Jake Lemkin Jake Lemkin ... Baby Boy
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"STATISTICS" tells the story of six individuals who all share one thing in common: they will become statistics by the end of the day. They are neither heroes nor criminals, but everyday people who will become victims of everyday life. The events that take place will be read about today and forgotten tomorrow, but in that blink-of-an-eye, their lives and the lives of the people around them will be changed forever. It happens every day. Despite the tragedies, this is not a story about dying, but is in fact a very uplifting story about living. The message is simple: cherish life today because no one is guaranteed a tomorrow. Written by Anonymous

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Something happens everyday to change the way people think.

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Country:

USA

Release Date:

9 September 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$500,000 (estimated)
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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An introspective and involving look at society and our role in it.
4 January 2009 | by real_hiflyerSee all my reviews

How this movie has a 4.2 rating I'll never understand. For writer director editor Frank Robak it is without doubt a labor of love. Kent Harper, co-producer and principal actor does a marvelous job as he evokes a universal emotion in us all, and touches on some facet of each viewer's life in his frustration in not being able to comprehend why things are as they are, why people visit violence upon each other, why life itself seems cruelest in giving us those things we love most and then taking them away. It's not your typical movie. It's more an examination of the state of our world and the ways in which we interact with each other, whether purposely, negatively, or simply in passing. And the affect these interactions have. Definitely one to watch again, a great surprise, and a lesson to me to go with your gut and read these viewer's offerings here, so as to not put more onus on it's 4.2 rating which would cause so many, including me, to normally just pass it by.


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