A drama about a fortysomething man who entertains fantasies of a different life. Staging his apparent death, he moves to an island but pines for his former existence, and wonders if he could return to it.
Sara de Roo,
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Marvin LaRoy Sanders
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Official selection of the OSIFF Film Festival in Ottawa, Ontario (Canada) 2005. See more »
The credits include several outtakes and bloopers, and near the end of the credits is a bonus scene of a drunk Conrad crying to a female bartender, who then offers to take him home. The bartender puts Conrad in bed and offers to perform oral sex on him, but when she gets his pants off and sees his injury she starts crying. The scene ends with Conrad suddenly sitting up and vomiting at the camera. See more »
This is a must see film and Debbie Rochon's performance is her best one ever. Debbie will invoke emotions in you. as she chooses her own special type of vengeance upon a boyfriend that takes offense to previous job that Jennifer once held. Debbie by all rights should be collecting awards for her performance in this difficult role
Tim McCannn has has written a great script and done great job in directing this film. Michael Rodrrick and Frank Oliverare really good in their roles as the abusive boyfriend and the porn star/friend
I was really glad to hear that it was showing in limited release in New York, Chicago, and L.A.
This movie is a lot better then some of the stuff showing in theaters today and a must buy when it comes out on DVD
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