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Florida Road (2010)

Not Rated | | Drama | 2010 (South Africa)
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In spite of having a heart of gold, Shaan Sahay, (Ashmit Patel) the son of a wealthy Indian family, yearns for his father's love and acceptance. He struggles to pursue his passion for ... See full summary »

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Brad Glass

Writer:

Fred Fontana
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Credited cast:
Seth A. Barkley Seth A. Barkley ... Keltie
Glen Bo Glen Bo ... Casting Director
Priyanshu Chatterjee ... Sanjay
Vicky Davis Vicky Davis ... Charlene
Jack Devnarain Jack Devnarain ... Doctor
Denton Douglas Denton Douglas ... Commercial Director
Corine du Toit Corine du Toit ... Sheila
Dylan Edy ... Actor (voice)
Cokey Falkow ... Deon
Brad Glass Brad Glass ... Graham
Franki Holton Franki Holton ... Deon's Wedding Date
Smita Jaykar ... Kiran
Sylvia Mngxekeza Sylvia Mngxekeza ... Beauty
Maeshni Naicker Maeshni Naicker ... Aunt Reena
Kogie Naidoo Kogie Naidoo ... Aunt Riya
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In spite of having a heart of gold, Shaan Sahay, (Ashmit Patel) the son of a wealthy Indian family, yearns for his father's love and acceptance. He struggles to pursue his passion for writing much to his family's shagrin as they believe his talent would be better served in the family business. Written by Anonymous

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Sometimes the best stories are the ones closest to home.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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2010 (South Africa) See more »

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The film played at a few film festivals, but as of Januray 2015, it has yet to have a official release in theatre' s. See more »

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Heartwarming story anyone can relate to...
27 July 2011 | by chrisrolSee all my reviews

Florida Road was one of the most joyful and heartwarming movies I saw this last year. And just because I said heartwarming doesn't mean it's a chick flick by any means. In fact, it's almost more of a dude flick. (Although, guys, don't say I didn't warn you that there might be a couple tears wiped away before somebody notices.) The story focuses on an Indian South African family, but the themes of love, loss, and redemption are universal. As such, I expect this will be a big hit internationally. Anyway, go see it with your loved ones. You won't be disappointed.

CR


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