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On the Fringe (2001)

Set against the scenic backdrop of a vibrant New England fall... a story of homecoming and healing unfolds when Kurt hits the streets of Garrison Falls, New Hampshire. Traveling for nearly ... See full summary »

Director:

Jeffrey Palmer

Writer:

Jeff Palmer
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dan Clay Dan Clay ... Kurt
Jerry Howe Jerry Howe ... Dwayne
Bill Humphreys ... Kenneth
Matthew Magennis Matthew Magennis ... Seamus
Cathy Sanborn Street Cathy Sanborn Street ... Kurt's Ex-girlfriend
Michael Walsh Michael Walsh ... Eddie
Anastasia Wiley Anastasia Wiley ... Katy
Debra Martuscello Wiley Debra Martuscello Wiley ... Shelley
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Set against the scenic backdrop of a vibrant New England fall... a story of homecoming and healing unfolds when Kurt hits the streets of Garrison Falls, New Hampshire. Traveling for nearly three years after his mother's death, Kurt is back to reconcile with his father Kenneth and brother Elijah. But his plans are quickly derailed when he befriends Dwayne, a benevolent comrade of the town misfits. Over a game of cards, Kurt meets Eddie, a deadbeat dad hiding from gambling debts, and Seamus, an antisocial pack rat withdrawn from the world around him. Together, the four characters form an uncompromising fellowship that pushes them into the fringes of society. This is a stirring and complex vision wrapped in breathtaking scenery. Written by Jeff Palmer

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 December 2001 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Dover, New Hampshire, USA

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Flicker Pictures See more »
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Color
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Really liked it

I picked this film up yesterday from the Director who was kind enough to send me a copy. I've been really interested in putting together my own film for a while now and I was really interested to see someone else's work.

I felt that the story was very well developed with a wide range of characters who all contributed to the story. There was no 'fat' as far as that goes. I was impressed with many of the shots and the way certain scenes were put together.

My only complaint was there were parts where the conversation (yelling) got over powering and I had to turn it down a bit. Other than that it was great.


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