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Annabelle & Bear (2010)

The dramatic, tender story of a man who finds himself suddenly thrust into fatherhood, and the unexpected journey that leads him to discover the life-altering love found in the heart of his little girl.

Director:

Amy S. Weber

Writers:

Tracey Sims, Amy S. Weber (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Curt Massof Curt Massof ... Bear
Olivia Walby ... Annabelle
Ruby Harris ... Annie
Jason Myres Jason Myres ... Goldie
Kimberly Cruchon Brooks ... Grace
Dal Bouey Dal Bouey ... Trisha
Cole Corey ... Raymond
Rick Wooley Rick Wooley ... Johnny
Paul Paul ... Tino
Robert Larin Robert Larin ... George Stanley
Sari Zalesin Sari Zalesin ... Donna
Michael Jule Michael Jule ... Dr. Jule
Andrea Isom ... Nurse
Marx W. Grant III Marx W. Grant III ... Tiny
John Magri John Magri ... Tow Truck Driver
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The dramatic, tender story of a man who finds himself suddenly thrust into fatherhood, and the unexpected journey that leads him to discover the life-altering love found in the heart of his little girl.

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Annabelle & Bear Intro (Get Back Up)
Written by Brion Riborn
Performed by Brion Riborn
Courtesy of Etymbiotic Music [ASCAP]
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A heartfelt, heart-driven film
6 March 2010 | by eyeclipsSee all my reviews

ANNABELLE & BEAR is a true indie film--a low budget, no big (or even small) name stars, no flashy effects--just a compelling story driven by real characters. The film's greatest assets are its two title roles. Both actors, a two-year-old girl and a burly bearded biker respectively, pull off performances that seldom hit a false note and really draw empathy from the viewer. The cinematography is also top-notch, capturing all the grittiness Detroit, MI has to offer. Writer/Director Amy Weber does a more than competent job helming her first feature, managing to spin its simple yet unique narrative without ever coming off cloying or forced. While the editing could use some tightening, and a few of the music cues are repetitive, overall this is an accomplished work by a new filmmaker with a keen eye and a terrific heart.


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English

Release Date:

20 February 2010 (USA) See more »

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