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Glorious Mail (2005)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Musical | March 2007 (USA)
A Jewish filmmaker from New York travels to the small town of Sinnaville, Mississippi for a week to shoot his graduate thesis documentary about a gay antique dealer and community theater ... See full summary »

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J.D. Evermore
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Credited cast:
Will Atkinson Will Atkinson ... Elvis
Jane Rule Burdine Jane Rule Burdine ... Janie Love
Bruce Butler Bruce Butler ... Bruce Mann
Sharon Cave Sharon Cave ... Theater Cellphone Lady
Clay Chamberlin ... Jerome Templeton
Patrick Christ Patrick Christ ... Lighter Boy
Mary Coludrovich Mary Coludrovich ... Stella
Christa Crowe Christa Crowe ... Ms. Helen Burnett
Turner Crumbley ... Morris Farbstein II
Chloe Davisson Chloe Davisson ... Lila Lee Templeton
Flora Dean Flora Dean ... Esconcia Picard
Casey Dillard ... Casey
J.D. Evermore ... Timmy Jones
Greg Giblin Greg Giblin ... Pat Harper
Rachael Gray-Lewis Rachael Gray-Lewis ... Peggy Sharpe
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A Jewish filmmaker from New York travels to the small town of Sinnaville, Mississippi for a week to shoot his graduate thesis documentary about a gay antique dealer and community theater actor causing a local and federal controversy with his gay mailbox. Written by Anonymous

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The talent pool in Sinnaville is a shallow one...

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Comedy | Musical

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Not Rated
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USA

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English

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March 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Oxford, Mississippi, USA

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$32,000 (estimated)
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Indie Film-making at it's finest
6 June 2007 | by substreamfilmsSee all my reviews

I had the chance to see this film at the Indie Grits Film Fest in South Carolina. I don't normally post reviews online but an independent effort like this deserves mention. Evermore wrote, directed and performed this film with real independent flair. He played to the strengths of independent film-making - taking chances with the narrative and allowing for the actors to work in an improvisational environment. The result is a genuinely hilarious, irreverent, and truly independent film. With a little luck, this film could gain a wide audience - it's got the right ingredients to pull it off. Go check it out.


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