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Cleaverville (2007)

PG-13 | | Crime, Drama | TV Movie 12 March 2007
A woman, involved in a life-time of crime, steals diamonds and is on the run. She seeks help from her mother, who introduced her to this life-style and has to face her teenager daughter, ... See full summary »

Director:

Jorge Montesi

Writer:

Lisanne Sartor
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Cast

Cast overview:
Ever Carradine ... Grace
Gabrielle Rose ... Kay
Jeff Wincott ... Michael
Leela Savasta ... Laura
Zak Santiago ... Gus
Susan Hogan ... Maggie Quinn
Scott Hylands ... Ned
Rachel Hayward ... Andi
Gregory Calpakis ... Danny Hughes
Alex Corr Alex Corr ... Rick
Campbell Lane ... Krakow
Haley Beauchamp Haley Beauchamp ... Candace
Fred Keating ... Cop
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Storyline

A woman, involved in a life-time of crime, steals diamonds and is on the run. She seeks help from her mother, who introduced her to this life-style and has to face her teenager daughter, raised by her grandmother after she left the family home. The woman struggles to remain on the run and not reconnect with her daughter. Written by n.a.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

Certificate:

PG-13 | See all certifications »
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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 March 2007 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Az első gyémántrablás See more »

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Technical Specs

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Poor production detracts from good premise
7 April 2015 | by SnoopyStyleSee all my reviews

Rose/Grace (Ever Carradine) and her partner Danny steal from unsuspecting men. Their latest mark Michael (Jeff Wincott) is a dangerous man transporting diamonds for Magaret Quinn (Susan Hogan). Danny doublecrosses Grace by drugging her, stealing the diamonds and setting Quinn on her trail. Luckily for her, she switched out the diamonds and barely escapes Michael. She tries to hide out with her suspicious mother Kay (Gabrielle Rose) passing herself off as a cousin to her estranged daughter Laura who thinks her mother's dead. Her love and father of Laura, Gus, has cleaned up his act and still lives across the street. She makes a deal with Andi to buy new ID for $1000 but she's actually doublecrossing her with Danny.

I really like Ever Carradine and I like the premise of this story. However the production is pretty poor. The dialog could be snappier since the actresses are up to it. The mother daughter relationship has a lot of potential. Susan Hogan isn't very scary but Jeff Wincott is pretty good as a cold-hearted killer. The whole movie just lack compelling style


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