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Full Moon Fables (2004)

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Full Moon Fables is a compelling collision of art with reality. The synthesis of stories result in many possibilities of a singular message: What am I here for? Participants in each ... See full summary »

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... Ed Sherman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
... Party Girl
... The Artist / Himself
Dan DePaola ... Vincent Van Gogh / Himself
Tara Garwood ... Ariel Mayflower
Francie Glick ... Maria Von Tramp
Marilyn Hausfield ... Mrs. Sherman
Helen Hedman ... Mrs. Mayflower
... Funeral Mourner
Ken Lechter ... Uncle Morris
Neil Levine ... Mr. Sherman
Jodi Lin ... Waitress
Desi Marie
Paul Morella ... Franz Kafka
... Wooden Actress
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Full Moon Fables is a compelling collision of art with reality. The synthesis of stories result in many possibilities of a singular message: What am I here for? Participants in each personal fable reshape the story as each struggles to find meaning in their everyday existence. From an artist encountering the ghost of Vincent Van Gogh to a temp with her first job in a movie studio looking for meaning. We simply can't live without giving things in our life a purpose. Written by Anonymous

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10 March 2004 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Las fábulas de la luna  »

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Refreshing and intelligent
17 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

It's a terrific, truly independent movie, which is both intelligent and refreshing. The production values are high and the acting is good. By the look of the movie, the director must be a perfectionist. He has given us a work of art. This anthology of three short films deals with the creative process. What makes us want to create and what drives our creativity? In the first part, the ghost of Van Gogh returns to earth and teaches a hack painter where real creativity comes from. In the second part, a new hire at a movie studio becomes mystified by the absurdity of the machinations of the mechanism, which is known as the studio. A benefactor rescues her and they escape to make the last leg of the trilogy. In the last part, the artist goes deep into his own soul and tangled emotions to resolve his creative angst. If you like Woody Allen, Henry Jaglom, or Ingmar Bergman you will like this movie.


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