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Eden Court is a dramatic comedy of a washed up baseball star stuck in a trailer park trying to escape his current world by running off to Australia in pursuit of his "American Dream." The ... See full summary »

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Paul Leuer
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Thomas Lennon ... Shroeder Duncan
Kimberly Williams-Paisley ... Bonnie Duncan
Stephnie Weir ... Barb
Christian Finnegan ... Carl
David Darlow David Darlow ... Trainer
Ambre Lake ... Mindy
Matt Zeigler Matt Zeigler ... Andy
Mike North Mike North ... Otto
Kate James ... McAllister Girl
Sandy Marshall ... Barry
Cody Lyman Cody Lyman ... Lars
Justin Kaufmann Justin Kaufmann ... Wally
Lori Funk ... Connie
Ethan Kent Ethan Kent ... Bartender
John R. Bolger John R. Bolger ... West Fitzwell (as John Bolger)
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Eden Court is a dramatic comedy of a washed up baseball star stuck in a trailer park trying to escape his current world by running off to Australia in pursuit of his "American Dream." The only problem is that it's his 30th birthday and his wife, family, and friends won't let him leave home without a fight. Written by Anonymous

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From Ballpark to Trailer Park

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Comedy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 February 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Printers Row Pictures See more »
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Color
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Fantastic!
3 March 2008 | by steev-5See all my reviews

I caught Eden Court in Chicago last year at the premiere and I thought it was great. Leuer did a great job directing, and Tom Lennon was a great mix of funny and reflective. Being from Chicago, I was already a big fan of Stephanie Weir... I was glad to see her on the big screen!

I didn't have the same issues with the film as the previous reviewer. I don't think this film was trying to mimic those other styles, I think it did a great job of telling a story in its unique style. There's room for improvement in every film, but I think this film was put together very well. Hopefully it will be granted some wider release so I can catch it again!


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