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Down in New Orleans (2006)

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In this tale of redemption, the protagonist must fight to regain the accomplished life he knew before drug addiction and revenge stole his career, woman, and contentment, set in the river life of New Orleans.

Director:

Richard Elias

Writers:

Richard Elias (screenplay), Nathan Grubbs (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Charles Allen ... Dickie
Nathan Grubbs ... Jack
Alex Petrovitch Alex Petrovitch ... Matty
Gabrielle Sfardini Gabrielle Sfardini ... Gabrielle
Ed Zajac ... Lars
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kate Adair ... Doper Chick
Albert H. Bongard IV Albert H. Bongard IV ... Dealer
Matthew Carroll Matthew Carroll ... Orderly #2
Kristi Chalaire ... Salsa Dancer
Reid Collums ... Chris
Lisa Cori Lisa Cori ... Jenna
Gary Desroche ... Thug #1
Matthew Dufour ... Salsa dancer
Louis Dupuy ... Bob - License Official #3
Brian Edwards Brian Edwards ... Waiter
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In this tale of redemption, the protagonist must fight to regain the accomplished life he knew before drug addiction and revenge stole his career, woman, and contentment, set in the river life of New Orleans.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 January 2006 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$300,000 (estimated)
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River Pirate Productions See more »
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Color
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Unexpected gem!
18 October 2008 | by ronevickersSee all my reviews

I'm afraid I can't really understand the way in which this indie film has been slammed in some quarters. Admittedly some of the acting is a bit patchy, but the unknown leads Nathan Grubbs, particularly, and Gabriella Sfardini give quite excellent performances especially in the intense, dramatic scenes. The story does move slowly in the first half of the movie, but long before the end it proves to be a powerful indictment against drug addiction, and the scene with the straight-jacketed Grubbs in the semi-padded room is both poignant and powerful. The street and river scenes of New Orleans, before the the dreadful devastation of Hurricane Katrina, lend great authenticity to the proceedings. In fact, this is a gripping and absorbing movie which is undoubtedly very underrated.


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