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Split Ends (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 20 March 2009 (USA)
A feisty hairdresser faces off with an unscrupulous developer - and faces up to the uncertainties of her own life in a small, New Jersey town.


Dorothy Lyman
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Vincent Pastore ... Tiny Provenzano
Corinna May Corinna May ... Lizzie Munro
Lawton Paseka ... Warren Brown
Peter McRobbie ... Nathan Berry
Beau Baxter ... Len French
Richard Bekins ... Bernie Depper
Janet Sarno ... Connie Provenzano
Kate Russo Kate Russo ... Jacquie
Nitya Vidyasagar ... Mehar Manjri
Jicky Schnee ... Ashley
Gina Montrone Gina Montrone ... Bride
L.J. Ganser L.J. Ganser ... Land Use Lawyer
Luke Robertson ... Tim
Paul Borghese ... Joseph Abino
Robert Coe Robert Coe ... Old Man Sivney


A feisty hairdresser faces off with an unscrupulous developer - and faces up to the uncertainties of her own life in a small, New Jersey town.

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TheSalonGuy Reviews Split Ends
4 January 2011 | by jai418See all my reviews

November 6, 2010 A review of the movie Split ends by TheSalonGuy.

A touching close to home movie about a Scottish born Hair Stylist struggling to keep her business open while local government, corruption and charm try to take over her property.

A slow start suddenly turns into an emotional suspenseful tale of the true life of a Salon Owner. While finally paying off her property and looking to grow her business, local government and corrupt investors attempt to take over the local stores to build "Cortona". A luxury mall and condo complex that will replace dozens of local shops. The storyline may be somewhat familiar; however the movie grew on me. It had a "cult classic" feel to it which was very appealing after a somewhat slow start. If you are a fan of movies that have dry humor, seduction and corruption which many classic movies do, then I highly suggest checking out this film. It is a true representation of the passion, dedication and love for people that Hair Stylists really have. Despite a charming handsome Investor, a corrupt local government and a sleazy Mayor, Salon Owner Lizzie Munro doesn't give up and fights to keep her business open. This is a great tale of inspiration, perseverance, dedication and passion. There a many racy and romantic moments in the film, roller sets and good Italian food. I highly suggest checking out the film as it will bring a smile to your face and remind you about how we should love our profession.


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20 March 2009 (USA) See more »

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New Jersey, USA


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$200,000 (estimated)
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