When was the last time you could take your kids to an indie film?
Freedom Park is the rare exception - excellent quality for an indie film on all levels, and entertaining to both kids and adults. Fine acting all around, even from the extras (can't understand why that family watching Sully throw himself in the dirt at the ice cream stand hasn't been signed to a multi-picture deal yet ;-)). Story line is tight, and the cinematography very respectable for this level of film. It deserves the theatrical releases it has achieved, instead of going straight to DVD.
Kudos to all involved - having met some of them on two occasions, they're a great group of folks and deserve all the success this film should bring them.
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