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End of the Icon (1995)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy | 1995 (USA)
Newly sober "Edward" takes a trip Seattle to Los Angeles to find his friend "Johnny", so that they can pursue dreams, fun, struggles with drinking, and ultimately learn to grow and change ... See full summary »

Director:

Garrett Bennett

Writer:

Garrett Bennett
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Cast

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Brian T. Finney ... Edward
Brent David Fraser ... Johnny
Eric Roberts ... Jack Spain
Eliza Roberts ... Mrs. Einer
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Storyline

Newly sober "Edward" takes a trip Seattle to Los Angeles to find his friend "Johnny", so that they can pursue dreams, fun, struggles with drinking, and ultimately learn to grow and change in necessary ways they had not ever considered, which test their friendship and bring about opportunities for a deeper bond between friends. Can these guys survive each other and continue to grow together? Can they survive a car theft gone wrong, at the end of a 38 special held by movie star "Jack Spain"? Written by Strathglass

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Short | Comedy

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1995 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Budget:

$30,000 (estimated)
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The film was developed from the One Act Play of the same title, mounted in October 1993, in Los Angeles, a "Theatre GEO" production of "Eight Short Plays Benefiting Project Angel Food" called "The End of Something", also written and directed by Garrett Bennett, with the accompanying pieces starring numerous now world famous Actors, much lesser known then, such as: Benjamin Bratt, Catherine Keener, Giovanni Ribisi, Kieran Mulroney, Julie Warner , and Eliza Roberts. See more »

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Seriously... A great catch. Seriously
31 August 2010 | by universefactorySee all my reviews

Wow what a great catch! Old friend happened onto to this on you-tube. He was resolute about me watching it, in part because of our history. I said I would and forgot and tonight he sends a link. So I figured I'd glimpse a minute and be done with it, but I was totally sucked in. So I'm writing this review to express that I took his advice and that he (Hank) is correct! It's a kind of gem of a movie. If I had anything to say it would be that I wish it were longer. Those two guys are completely fantastic and I loved the world. Insane. I'm inclined to get out my Charles Bukowski books. The visuals were fabulous and I laughed out loud which is a blue moon thing for me. It was beautifully made and if possible I'd like to see about getting a copy of it on DVD… Great catch. Seriously. Seriously.


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