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Turn Out the Lights (2020)

To rekindle their friendship, four twenty-somethings set out to solve a 17-year-old murder case that occurred in their neighborhood. Jimmy (Jesse DiFranco), Leslie (Janna Klein), Franky (... See full summary »

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Jesse DiFranco
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Credited cast:
Jennifer Anderson ... Mrs. Cutler
Grace Butcher Grace Butcher ... Nora Tethers
Clare Charlton Clare Charlton ... Young Leslie
Rachel Coolidge ... Matilda Stephens
Aaron Coumos Aaron Coumos ... Police Officer
Jesse DiFranco Jesse DiFranco ... Jimmy Kent
Brandon Ferris Brandon Ferris ... Franky
Ryan Gilkerson Ryan Gilkerson ... Ted Mavis
Nicolle James Nicolle James ... Bartender
Cash Klein Cash Klein ... Young Franky
Jack Klein Jack Klein ... Young Will
Janna Klein Janna Klein ... Leslie Kent
Jonathan Elihu Klein Jonathan Elihu Klein ... Police Officer
Micah Klein Micah Klein ... Funeral Guest
Mikaela Klein Mikaela Klein ... Bystander / Bar Goer
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To rekindle their friendship, four twenty-somethings set out to solve a 17-year-old murder case that occurred in their neighborhood. Jimmy (Jesse DiFranco), Leslie (Janna Klein), Franky (Brandon Ferris), and Will (Paul Ulle) are on a mission to solve the cold case in this nostalgic lighthearted film about childhood and the things we sometimes leave behind unwittingly.

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The case of the missing childhood.


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USA

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English

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24 January 2020 (USA) See more »

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Cleveland, Ohio, USA See more »

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$1,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Funny, unique and poignant film!
22 February 2020 | by doylelisSee all my reviews

This film is incredibly funny, tender, nostalgic, witty and so much more. At its heart, it is a universal story of growing up - finding your way, navigating relationships, and searching for purpose. The sharp story and performances make it feel like you are watching your friends. The Get the Pix crew has made a well paced, polished, meaningful film. Worth a watch!


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