The 2nd Line ()


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At funerals in New Orleans, there are two lines; the first are the mourners, the second are the revelers. Micah Revere is a broke musician packing to move away from his idyllic Southern... See more »

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John Cole ... (co-director)
Laney D'Aquino ... (co-director)

Written by

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John Christopher Cole ... ()
 
Laney D'Aquino ... (writer)

Produced by

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John Cole ... executive producer
Laney D'Aquino ... co-producer

Cinematography by

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Bill Pecchi

Film Editing by

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John Cole
John Christopher Cole
Laney D'Aquino

Production Design by

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Laney D'Aquino

Art Direction by

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Laney D'Aquino

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John Cole ... sound editor
Laney D'Aquino ... sound editor
Kent Romney ... sound recordist
Randy Voorhies ... boom operator

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Jason Kambak ... assistant camera
Austen VanCampen ... camera operator

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Kim Sherrell ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

At funerals in New Orleans, there are two lines; the first are the mourners, the second are the revelers. Micah Revere is a broke musician packing to move away from his idyllic Southern Oregon town, where his neighbors wrestle with their own baggage. Emotional and distraught, Micah grabs his trumpet and blows a note that rousts the neighborhood. Micah's anguish fuels a block party that becomes the second line. His unusual goodbye will move them all. Written by Anonymous

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  • The 2nd Line (United States)
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  • 25 min
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