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20 Minutes (2005)

20 Minutes is an eternal love story with a super-natural twist. It relates to anyone who has ever loved deeply, and anyone who ever wants to. It is about eternal love; and will make you ... See full summary »

Director:

Monica Huntington
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Cast

Credited cast:
Jeff Marchelletta ... Scott
Monica Huntington ... Grace
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Judy Alsing Judy Alsing ... Ann
Radha Alwa Radha Alwa ... Ben
Andrea Birkman Andrea Birkman ... Psychiatrist
Pete Brown ... Jack
Doris Davis ... Office Girl #2
Corinne Dekker ... Crying woman
Tom Higgins Tom Higgins ... Police Officer
Kendra Waldman ... Office Girl #1 (as Kendra Sue Waldman)
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20 Minutes is an eternal love story with a super-natural twist. It relates to anyone who has ever loved deeply, and anyone who ever wants to. It is about eternal love; and will make you think about life, love, and the hereafter. It is one man's emotional journey through love, loss, and peace. Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes forever is just a few minutes.

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 September 2005 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$8,000 (estimated)
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Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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See This Movie ~!
18 November 2005 | by MikehouserSee all my reviews

What a great movie. The acting really drew me into the story. The relationship between the beautiful lead actress (Monica who was also the writer, director and producer - WOW!)and the male lead ( Jeff Marcheletta -"Ringers" producer) was really believable even though they only had a few minutes to hook the audience. Although the film is a short ( i.e. 20 minutes) it plays like a feature and unlike most short films it actually has a beginning, middle and an end! Shot on super 16 the look of the film was impressive and the cinematography was beautifully inventive. I was lucky enough to see it at the Westwood International Film Fesival in the Majestic Crest Theatre ( see a movie there if you can, you will be amazed with the theater.) The audience was large (+- 250?) for a short film which created a great energy.

Congrats to the filmmaker and actors - SEE THIS FILM IF YOU CAN YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED!


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