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Flowers (2004)

Jeremy Miles, a recent law graduate, delivers flowers part time while he tries to land his first law job. His sometimes funny, often strange deliveries to a string of unsatisfied customers ... See full summary »

Director:

Jeffrey Lee Woods (as Jeff Woods)

Writer:

Jeffrey Lee Woods (as Jeff Woods)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Giovanna Aviles Giovanna Aviles ... Heather Walker
Kenny Borgas Kenny Borgas ... Tough Guy
Heather Joy Budner ... Stacey Roswell
Michael Ray Davis ... Bob Stanton
Jennifer Lynn Hampton ... Waitress
John Hill John Hill ... John Baker
Tom Hodkoski Tom Hodkoski ... Steven Jacobs
Jennifer Hope Jennifer Hope ... Receptionist
Ryan Jonze ... New Kid (as Ryan Jones)
Billy Jurison Billy Jurison ... Guy in Bar
Jeremy King ... Mike Weller
John Martino ... Freddie Felton
Gary Norris Gary Norris ... Doug Weaver
Bob Robertson Bob Robertson ... Herb
Earnest Schuler Earnest Schuler ... Redneck (Quac)
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Jeremy Miles, a recent law graduate, delivers flowers part time while he tries to land his first law job. His sometimes funny, often strange deliveries to a string of unsatisfied customers begin to unravel his faith in himself, his choice of careers, his battle with alcoholism, and his ongoing relationship with a beautiful and driven medical student. Written by T. Mather

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 November 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Orlando, Florida, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

OneLight Productions See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color (Fujicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Flowers Delivers the Goods
25 August 2005 | by kenllindseySee all my reviews

As an avid movie fan I have found that I have recently developed the habit of shying away from films produced by the 'major' companies as they habitually regurgitate the same 'pat formula' for making money. Films I have seen in college courses and at small "coffehouse theaters" (and which went under-appreciated by me, then) now are of more to my taste. What is refreshing about FLOWERS is the sense of film-making passion that infuses this work and which is so absent in these days of 'blockbusters' releases. Here you have a hungry director / screenwriter, a cast of outstanding character actors, and a quiet rebellion against expectancy. Do yourself a favor: Skip your local theater and get a copy of this work; you'll be witnessing the birth of another great future in the film-making industry. (I gave it a "9" only because I enjoyed it so much that I wished it had been longer than 72 minutes - que serai! serai!)


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