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Footprints (2009)

Not Rated | | Drama , Mystery | 16 December 2011 (USA)
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An amnesiac young woman (Sybil Temtchine) wakes up, face down on the footprints of Graumans Chinese Theatre, and spends one day, from sunrise to sunset, entirely on Hollywood Boulevard, ... See full summary »

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Steven Peros

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Steven Peros
2 nominations. See more awards »

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Sybil Darrow ... Our Gal (as Sybil Temtchine)
H.M. Wynant ... Victor
Pippa Scott ... Genevieve
John Brickner ... E-Man
Catherine Bruhier ... Cat Woman
Charley Rossman ... Mike the Tour Guide
Kirk Bovill ... Solitary Stranger
Riley Weston ... Super Girl
Joe Roseto ... Joe the Auditor
R.J. Cantu ... Manny
Jeris Poindexter ... Homeless Man
Jim Braswell Jim Braswell ... Robert
Steve Pacini ... Robo-Dude
Jean Iavelli ... Grandma
Stephanie Porges Stephanie Porges ... Teen Girl #2
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An amnesiac young woman (Sybil Temtchine) wakes up, face down on the footprints of Graumans Chinese Theatre, and spends one day, from sunrise to sunset, entirely on Hollywood Boulevard, piecing together her identity through her interaction with a host of disparate characters and famous locales. Written by Producer

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On Hollywood Boulevard...Anything can happen

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Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

Not Rated

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 December 2011 (USA) See more »

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Our Gal Pictures See more »
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1.85 : 1
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A terrific film!!!
26 December 2009 | by Cutter88See all my reviews

I found "Footprints" to be an intelligent, beautiful, and compelling film. Confidently told, the film is not easily defined, which for me is one of it's many strengths. It evokes a world experienced "in-between-the-lines," a place of longing, unresolved issues, ambition, and hope. Somehow it looks both backwards to the nostalgia of old Hollywood, and forward to a new kind of ethereal, trans like film-making.

The writer/director did a great job on this unusual little gem. And I thought the performances were terrific. The lead actress especially gave a strong, nuanced and honest portrayal of a young woman lost and struggling between two worlds. The cinematography, scoring, and editing were also very good and helped the story tremendously. I really liked the music.

I'd love to see this film again in my local theater. When is it coming out?! I've already recommended it to my friends.


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