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Dawn (2003)

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Dawn is a special little girl with special needs. Born from a human father and a vampire mother who died while giving birth. Dawn requires blood to survive. She and her father travel across... See full summary »

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Ray Boucher ...
John
Kacie Young ...
Dawn
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Sarah
Jay Reel ...
Carlton Reed
Tom Bozeman ...
Sheriff J.C. Reel
Tracey Villanueva ...
Penny Little
Ben Talbot ...
Officer Derek Little
Ty Wiley ...
Rudy Little
Peggy Bozeman ...
Deborah Reed
David McCartney ...
Rufus Ethridge
Michael Murphey ...
Deputy Phelps
Jeremy Simpson ...
Shane
David Alexander ...
Willie
John Partida ...
Billy Ed
April Nacole Reel ...
Goth Girl
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Dawn is a special little girl with special needs. Born from a human father and a vampire mother who died while giving birth. Dawn requires blood to survive. She and her father travel across the country, assuming new identities and never staying in one place for very long--until a small town detective with psychic powers pays extra attention to the murder of one of his townsfolk. Written by dawn03

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Daddy's little girl is hungry.

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(at around 58 mins) As the car drives away, there is a camera man (or director) visible in the reflection or the window. See more »

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"Thank you Sparkles the Clown" at the end of the movie is a nod to Director of Photography Mark Sawyer. See more »

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A Great Movie
16 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

I watched the movie without even taking a pee break. The story line was very interesting. I enjoyed it very much. Great work Jay. Best of luck in your future movies. And when you are called to receive your first grammy, I will stand beside you. Thanks.


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