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Goodbye Promise (2012)

Upon moving to Los Angeles, Matt makes a pact with himself: In seven years he'll be a working actor. His promise is that if he isn't working by then, he'll pack up and return home. The film... See full summary »

Director:

David Branin
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Gregor Collins ... Matt
Sarah Prikryl ... Sara
Todd Cattell ... Scott
Karen Worden Karen Worden ... Amanda
Brian Durkin ... Dylan O'Malley
Len Cordova ... Robert
Christopher Guckenberger Christopher Guckenberger ... J.R.
Tyshawn Bryant Tyshawn Bryant ... Mylo Battle
Frantz Durand ... Phillippe
Jud Bogard Jud Bogard ... Pete
Brian Ronalds ... Milton
Dean Matthew Ronalds Dean Matthew Ronalds ... Bradley
Johnny Giordano Johnny Giordano ... Vincent
Kevin Deen Kevin Deen ... Gonzalez
Jordan White Jordan White ... Jordan
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Upon moving to Los Angeles, Matt makes a pact with himself: In seven years he'll be a working actor. His promise is that if he isn't working by then, he'll pack up and return home. The film begins seven days shy of the seven year deadline... and he's just as anonymous as the day he started. This is his goodbye story. Written by David Branin

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actor | bigger dreams | See All (2) »

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Just quit. No one knows who you are anyway.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 June 2012 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$15,000 (estimated)
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Glimpse of Dreams See more »
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Color | Color (HD)
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An authentic look at heartbreak, pain and disappointment
6 June 2012 | by John Paul RiceSee all my reviews

I attended the opening night of Goodbye Promise at The Downtown Independent. David Branin is a gifted director, bringing out the best in actors who give authentic performances on par with Hollywood films' star actors and big budgets. The film is a beautifully woven tale of melancholy, pain and disappointment but offers natural humor from its supporting cast to lighten things up. The story is capped off by a beautiful moment toward the end between main actor Gregor Collins and actress Sarah Prikryl. What I think is one of the bigger accomplishments of this film is that the large majority was improvised and it evolved and works as a full length feature film. I look forward to seeing more of what this team does and where they take us next.


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