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RedMeansGo (2005)

Red Means Go is a warmhearted, beautiful and unconventional love story that suggests that the answer to falling in love does not lie with others but in fact with yourself.

Director:

Erica Dunton

Writer:

Erica Dunton

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Cast

Credited cast:
Corri English ... Lucy
Adam Rayner ... Sam
Jason Davies Jason Davies ... Michael
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
D.L. Anderson D.L. Anderson ... Waitress
Lucy Baker Lucy Baker ... Dina
Kelly Collins Lintz ... Sarah
Jason Davis ... Michael
Thunderbird Dinwiddie ... One Night Stand (as Traci Dinwiddie)
Elizabeth 'Libba' Grant Elizabeth 'Libba' Grant ... Betty
Bailey Griffin Bailey Griffin ... Hunter
Joe Hou Joe Hou ... Chinese Man
Jill Jackson Jill Jackson ... Susan
Alexana Lambros Alexana Lambros ... Alexsana
Katie McClosky Katie McClosky ... Gorgeous Girl
Isabella Petalas Isabella Petalas ... Isabelle
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Red Means Go is a warmhearted, beautiful and unconventional love story that suggests that the answer to falling in love does not lie with others but in fact with yourself.

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Taglines:

What happen's when searching for the ONE, you find two? See more »

Genres:

Drama

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Details

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Wilmington, North Carolina, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Enjoy Films,JDC Films See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Shot using the absolute latest technology. The Director's father, camera technician, Joe Dunton, BSC MBE has invented a HD magazine that is inter-changeable with a traditional film magazine. The movie was shot on 35mm, 16mm and HD but the same fifty-five year old Cooke Lenses were used for each format. The digital magazine is considered a very exciting development in the world of HD and film as it means that the cameraman only has to take out one film camera package and then can decide in the moment whether he wants to use film or HD. By using the Digital magazine he can blend the two formats seamlessly. See more »

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