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Jumping Off Bridges (2006)

When a 17-old boy loses his mother to suicide, he struggles with her death and the secret that plagued their family.


Kat Candler


Kat Candler


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Credited cast:
Bryan Chafin ... Zak Nelson
Michael Emerson ... Frank Nelson
Glen Powell ... Eric Turner (as Glen Powell Jr.)
Katie Lemon ... Lindsay Price
Savannah Welch ... Grove Adams
Michael D. Conway ... Mr. Turner
Anne Nabors Anne Nabors ... Charlotte Nelson
Leslie Langee Leslie Langee ... Mrs. Turner
Rhett Wilkins ... Jimmy Nelson
Leslie Powell Leslie Powell ... Britany Turner
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Buckner Cooke Buckner Cooke ... T.V. Weather Man
Tony Gibson Tony Gibson ... Club Thug
Cynthia Huerta Cynthia Huerta ... Therapist
Dora Madison ... Student (as Madison Burge)
Ryane Mahaney Ryane Mahaney ... Trick or treater


When a 17-old boy loses his mother to suicide, he struggles with her death and the secret that plagued their family. Written by Kat Candler

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Release Date:

10 March 2006 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA


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$100,000 (estimated)
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Storie Productions LLC See more »
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Referenced in Cinema Six (2012) See more »

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not so great
22 March 2006 | by adiegirluSee all my reviews

i had a chance to hear the director speak about the film at sxsw. she seemed like a genuine person, and i don't like giving this movie a poor review, but i'm not going to lie the thing was boring. the negative reviews i've read so far on here are a lot more accurate then the positives. the pacing is slow, the characters are hard to believe, and yeah, how did this movie even get accepted into this festival? so the movie is unflinching, big deal. original it's not. cassidy kids, another film that played at sxsw, also dealt with teenagers, and it was a complete 180 from this film in terms of originality and spirit. maybe i'm being too mean, but i agree that this film probably got into this festival because it was shot locally here in austin, tx. as an austinite, it was interesting seeing a lot of austin areas up on the screen, and a lot of the production qualities of this film were actually pretty decent. the story definitely needed work though, at an hour and a half it felt like 3 hours. bad thing when you're checking your watch constantly throughout a movie.

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