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The Way of Snow (2008)

An unhealthy gap has opened up between two versions of Jay, public and private. But where should he turn to find a happy medium - friends? A girl? Or a supernatural being named the Elephant Girl, a mysterious figure that may or may not be the key to all Jay's problems.

Director:

Justin Calen-Chenn
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Cast

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Justin Calen-Chenn ... Jay (as JC Chiang)
Sharon Nao Sharon Nao ... Jem / Elephant Girl
Megan Webster Megan Webster ... Helen
Travis Greenstreet Travis Greenstreet ... Danny
Julie Crisante ... Ali
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An unhealthy gap has opened up between two versions of Jay, public and private. But where should he turn to find a happy medium - friends? A girl? Or a supernatural being named the Elephant Girl, a mysterious figure that may or may not be the key to all Jay's problems.

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supernatural power | See All (1) »

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The things you don't say can destroy you.

Genres:

Drama | Fantasy

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2010 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$20,000 (estimated)
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Color
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The film won awards for Best Editing, Best Production Design, and Best Make-Up at the 2010 Los Angeles International Film Festival. It was also given Honorable Mention. See more »

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A powerful, provoking and raw cinema experience
18 March 2011 | by sila-accdSee all my reviews

THE WAY OF SNOW is the debut of writer/director Justin Calen Chiang. It was shot on Super 16 with a two person crew, with the director serving as lead actor, writer, director, DP, editor and sound recordist. His blood and sweat can be felt when you watch this emotional film. The story revolves around a young man trying to free himself from his own self destructive habits (mainly self mutilation) and his journey is sad, heartbreaking, dark and surprisingly humorous at times, as he tries to get his life back together. A brave effort, and impressive for a first time film. Be prepared when you watch this film because it will change you when it ends, or at the very least, it will leave a mark on you.


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