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The Corners (2010)

| Drama | June 2010 (USA)
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Several unknowingly connected lives intersect after a botched convenience store robbery on Thanksgiving night.

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Drew Hicks ... Brandon
... Juan
... Embry
Solamon Ibe ... Matt
Seth Allen ... Frome (as S. Allen)
Maria Aparo ... Bailey
Jeremiah Benjamin ... Loki
Brian R. Young ... Ed (as Brian Young)
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Paul Ryan Anderson ... Theater worker (as Paul R. Anderson)
Keith Apland ... Clerk
Andres Coria ... Carlos
Erin Gaughan ... Molly
... Sentoya
Jon Meyer ... Eddie Moffet
Lila Miles ... Nurse
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Several unknowingly connected lives intersect after a botched convenience store robbery on Thanksgiving night. Written by Anonymous

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$300 (estimated)
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Fast-paced,suspenseful thriller.
14 June 2010 | by See all my reviews

This is a briskly paced and suspenseful crime drama. The characters are all personalities with whom we can identify. They are all forced by their various life circumstances to make some choices for their immediate futures. Some of these choices are of the spur of the moment mistake category and others,though more well thought out,are rather ill advised. We see,through the course of the film,how these choices shape the lives of the characters. As it turns out,the boundaries of the lives of the participants in this thriller intersect in significant and surprising ways. There is crisp direction throughout this work. The cinematography and editing are top notch. Take note of the fine choices made for the music included in the film. The dramatic tension in the film is skillfully heightened by the occasional use of film coloration and speed alterations. We should expect more fine work in the future from Keith Apland,Jon Myer,Drew Hicks,Jeremy Benjamin and the rest of the cast and crew!


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