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Her Summer (2004)

Based on true events, "Her Summer" tells the mystery of a 1999 police investigation, in which Ethan Crowe disappears after discovering two of his brothers brutally murdered.

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Bryan Woods

Writer:

Bryan Woods
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Cast

Cast overview:
Justin Marxen ... Ethan Crowe
Travis Shepherd Travis Shepherd ... Mark
Shane Simmons ... Greg
Bruce Elgin Bruce Elgin ... Officer Townson (as Bruce Heppner-Elgin)
Casey Campbell Casey Campbell ... Ben Crowe
Christy Sullivan Christy Sullivan ... Her
Ian Klink Ian Klink ... Police officer
Jim Siokos Jim Siokos ... Detective
Ned Shepherd Ned Shepherd ... Ethan's father
Jackie Shepherd Jackie Shepherd ... Ethan's mother
Ryan Olson Ryan Olson ... Self
Steve Strickland Steve Strickland ... Self
Bryan Woods ... Self
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Storyline

On a routine police investigation, Officer Ethan Crowe discovers two of his brothers brutally murdered. Determined to solve the mystery of their death himself, Ethan stays on the crime scene all night...ending in a horrifying discovery. The next morning, Ethan is missing. Based on a true story, "Her Summer" is a compilation of the events which took place that night, unraveled by two friends who come across the investigation material. Written by Anonymous

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This is Ethan's haunting story.


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Connections

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Seven Kinds of Summer
Written by Burn Disco Burn
Performed by Burn Disco Burn
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Significant step forward for the Bluebox filmmakers
25 June 2006 | by navarre_2See all my reviews

This film marks a significant step forward in the development of Bryan Woods and Scott Beck who, together, make up the Bluebox Limited film-making endeavor.

In this film, Woods (screenwriter and director) and Beck (producer) are able to wed their fine-tuned sense of low-budget production value to sound storytelling. The worst that can be said of it is that, very occasionally, scenes and sequences are allowed to run past their optimum length; most of the time, however, the screenplay is smart, compelling, surprising and satisfying.

The picture also features strong, inventive acting from a young cast.


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Official Sites:

Bluebox Limited

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 October 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Bettendorf, Iowa, USA See more »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$840, 24 October 2004
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Bluebox See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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