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Beeswax (2009)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 14 March 2009 (USA)
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A pair of identical twin sisters -- one, who has been paraplegic since youth and gets around in a wheelchair, and the other -- 'same face, different bodies.'


Andrew Bujalski


Andrew Bujalski
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Tilly Hatcher Tilly Hatcher ... Jeannie
Maggie Hatcher Maggie Hatcher ... Lauren
Alex Karpovsky ... Merrill
Katy O'Connor Katy O'Connor ... Corinne
David Zellner ... Scott
Kyle Henry ... Michael
S.J. Anderson S.J. Anderson ... Teddy - customer
Anne Dodge Anne Dodge ... Amanda
Betty Blackwell Betty Blackwell ... Lila
Bryan Poyser ... Jason - study buddy
Rebecca McInroy Rebecca McInroy ... Holly - office woman
Nathan Zellner ... Lee
Atietie Tonwe Atietie Tonwe ... Emeka
Nina Sokol Nina Sokol ... Naomi
Jillian Glantz Jillian Glantz ... Wynonna


A pair of identical twin sisters -- one, who has been paraplegic since youth and gets around in a wheelchair, and the other -- 'same face, different bodies.'

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Comedy | Drama


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Jeannie: How come you're so... so good to me when you're in crisis Merrill?
Jeannie: You don't see it that way?
Merrill: No, I don't see it that way.
Jeannie: Well, how do you see it?
Merrill: [Exhales heavily] Uh man, when things... when things get normal... I'm... I'm just real... I'm just... you're... you're sayin' when we were... I O I... I'm a... I'm a clutch petty when it comes to crisis matter, but when it doesn't matter, I don't care. Is that what you were saying?
Jeannie: Pretty much exactly. Well, we're on a same wavelength.
Merrill: So, what do ...
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Singing to the Dead
Written by Morgan Coy
Published by Over the Hill
Published by & courtesy of Monofonus Press
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Why I gave this a 1...
28 June 2010 | by rustydinglekampSee all my reviews

.... because IMDb won't let me rank it any less.

Aimlessly directed and written with a ham fist, Beeswax is a movie that relies far too much on automatic indie film credibility and too little on making a cohesive story.

I understand that this was meant to be quasi-documentary style, and film snobs might tell me that I just don't "get it" - that it's a slice of life, and that life doesn't read as smoothly as a movie script. But there's a REASON that movie scripts go smoothly: Because it's painful to watch a story like this get mired in minutia with no accountability for pacing or telling a complete tale.

The cast did the best they could with what they were given, but this plays like someone's film school project. Self-indulgent, loaded with an unwarranted confidence that greatness is unfolding, Beeswax is strictly amateur night.

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Release Date:

14 March 2009 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Moome Asal See more »

Filming Locations:

Austin, Texas, USA


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$5,844, 9 August 2009

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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