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Addison's Wall (2006)

Addison Madeira is a nine year old boy coping with a terrible trauma. Refusing to speak and estranged from his mother, he creates a world of his own, hidden behind a blanket hanging from his bedroom wall.

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Andres Alcala ...
The Teacher
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Doctor
Dana Harris ...
Mrs. Crow
Colton Lasater ...
Addison
Benjamin Milam ...
Marcus Emerick
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School kid (as Brandon Moss)
Ritah Parrish ...
Asper
Zachary Rice ...
Boy in fight
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Addison Madeira is a nine year old boy coping with a terrible trauma. Refusing to speak and estranged from his mother, he creates a world of his own, hidden behind a blanket hanging from his bedroom wall.

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Grief has a voice of its own.

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$250,000 (estimated)
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Official Selection into the George Eastman House Film Museum in Rochester, New York. See more »

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don't bother spending those 61 minutes for nothing
14 January 2007 | by See all my reviews

Conclusion: very, but very, very boring, yet I watched till the end, hoping for some upside-down effect, but the end was worse, because it was nothing. The old black&white game didn't helped at all, it usually helps psychological movies, but this was not the case. The script, the plot, etc were linear, had no substance, nothing in-going. When you deal with psychological, you deal with analysis, therefore with details, that unity-diversity formula....there was no essence, no detail. Just a story, there are many stories to tell, but something makes them unique and hard to forgive with the tools and creativity of movie-makers...well, this is not the one.


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