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A Coat of Snow (2005)

The story of a girl who takes her video camera to her cousin's bachelorette party.

Director:

Gordy Hoffman

Writer:

Gordy Hoffman
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Cast

Credited cast:
Deprise Brescia ... Nicky
Rebecca Calhoun Rebecca Calhoun ... Jill
Wendy Carter ... Lauren
Jennifer Christopher ... Kiki
Anne Dudek ... Anna Marie
Nicole Elane Andris Nicole Elane Andris ... Sean (as Nicole Andris)
Tess Hunt Tess Hunt ... Cashier
Jeffrey Johnson ... Mark
Matt Kaye Matt Kaye ... Valet
Sonya Joy Sims ... Rachel
Abigail Spencer ... Sandy
Erica Sullivan Erica Sullivan ... Bett
Craig Thomas ... Todd
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The story of a girl who takes her video camera to her cousin's bachelorette party.

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 November 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Beverly Hills, California, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

The Moving Image See more »
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Color
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The North American Premiere was held at the Arclight Cinemas in Hollywood as a part of the Silver Lake Film Festival on Sunday, 26 March at 7:45 p.m. See more »

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A Feat, Something Different
15 April 2006 | by endlessoceanSee all my reviews

A Coat of Snow captures the secretive world of female pecking orders. The actors - all women, are vulnerable and funny and get to something really hard to capture - true friendship between women and what kinds of secrets can be kept - or revealed.

Because of the hand-held style, I was waiting for the big Blair Witch type of thing to happen, but then I became so engrossed in the power plays between the women in the film, I found that the truth of the film was actually on every frame.

This film is hard to summarize, and in some ways, it would make an incredible play because it relies entirely on the acting and storytelling of strong characters being put into uncomfortable situations. I also don't want to give away the big "secret" at the end - but suffice to say, this is something entirely different and definitely worth watching. I hope it gets out to a wide audience. I saw it in a sold-out premiere of the Silver Lake Film Festival and everyone was affected at the end. You couldn't hear a sound in the theater when the credits started to roll.


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