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Burn: The Robert Wraight Story (2003)

Robert Wraight moves to a small town with his family to make a fresh start. Unfortunately things take a turn for the worst when the family is struck by disaster. Robert's recently purchased... See full summary »

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Robert Wraight
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Weibo Ludwig
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Marita Wraight
Alexandra Harvey ...
Sarah Wraight
Brendan Prost ...
Bobby Wraight
Karl Pruner ...
Ed Zuterman
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Ray Bowman
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Meredith Farley
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Hank Pearen
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Kymmy Pearen (as Katelyn Leckie)
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Rick Spencer
Kyle Collins ...
Dale Davinka
Lisa Christie ...
Rebecca Ludwig
Chris Cinnamon ...
Isaac Ludwig
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Jacob
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Robert Wraight moves to a small town with his family to make a fresh start. Unfortunately things take a turn for the worst when the family is struck by disaster. Robert's recently purchased land appears to be contaminated and his children are becoming terribly ill. Everything gets out of control, when the oil company and local government responsible for the contamination decide not to take the matter serious. Written by Lance_Burton

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The true story of one family's struggle for justice

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Biography | Crime | Drama

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A lot of mishap
26 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

I watched this movie without any expectations.

This movie seems to be unrealistic. So I was surprised to find out that this flick was based on a true story. The tone of the movie is dark. No humor. In that respect is has succeeded. The acting was not so bad. In all event the clichés were present. The good guy, the problematic relation between the main character and his wife. The bad guys (the oil, gas company managers, the environmentalists.

In any case I liked the subplot about religious fanaticism. This movie is clearly not made for entertainment, but for sending some message.

In that respect I rate this movie 6 out of 10


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