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Conversations with Lucifer (2011)

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Darby is a 23 year-old recovering addict headed for a relapse. On her 30th day clean, she gets a cat to mark the milestone, and the two forge an unexpected bond that saves Darby's life and sets her back on the road to recovery.

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Credited cast:
Shevaun Kastl ... Darby Quinn
... Jack Quinn
Brandon Karrer ... Hudson
... Brooke
... Ronny
... Ashley (as Madison Moellers)
... AA Attendee
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Zoe Sara Allen ... Care Home Patient
... AA Attendee
Maxine Brooks ... Amy
... Care Nurse
Jason Ellefson ... Robert
... Nurse
... Rebecca
Tereza Rizzardi ... Kerry Quinn
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Darby is a 23 year-old recovering addict headed for a relapse. On her 30th day clean, she gets a cat to mark the milestone, and the two forge an unexpected bond that saves Darby's life and sets her back on the road to recovery.

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Hope found her where she least expected it.

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Short | Drama

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Far From Here, A Place For Me
Alissa Moreno
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Great film
31 May 2011 | by See all my reviews

Incredible writing and acting by Shevaun Kastl. The short film Conversations with Lucifer made me take a closer look at my life and the lives of those close to me. I was very moved by the truth of it, that life is ridiculous for everyone and we all need to evaluate ourselves and strive to be the best we can. People can make mistakes, but the character of a person shows through their strength in perseverance. I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever felt the pressure of life weighing down on them or fell victim to their own vices provoked by circumstances beyond their control. This film took me on a wonderful journey to which I would like to return. I look forward to viewing future work by the talented Shevaun Kastl.


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