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The Man Who Never Cried (2011)

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Ralph Winston has never cried; not when he was a baby, not when his heart was crushed by his high school sweetheart, not even when he first saw Steven Spielberg's E.T. So when his father ... See full summary »

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... Ralph Winston
... Ginny
... Janie (as Madison Burge)
... Mary Winston
David Ramirez ... Tad
Mike MacRae ... Narrator (voice)
... Randy Booter (as Dave Maldonado)
Ryan Dormady ... Gavin
Rommel Sulit ... Delivery Doctor
Richard Rollins ... Condor
Neil Kopit ... Doctor
Milo Stephenson ... Young Rafe
Garry Peters ... Ted Winston
... Jock
... Lisa
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Ralph Winston has never cried; not when he was a baby, not when his heart was crushed by his high school sweetheart, not even when he first saw Steven Spielberg's E.T. So when his father dies, Ralph - age 32 - decides to embark upon a true emotional journey with hopes to shed his first tear before the funeral - and before it's not too late. Written by Anonymous

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9 February 2011 (USA)  »

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$70,000 (estimated)
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2010 The Doorpost Film Project - Audience Choice Award. See more »

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Awesome
16 February 2011 | by See all my reviews

This was an endearing short film with great performances all around. A novel concept keeps you interested until the end. The story follows Ralph "Rafe" Winston, a professional clown who has peculiarly never cried in his life, not even from the death of his father. He meets Ginny, a client who has hired him for her son's birthday. The two develop a more intimate relationship as the film progresses culminating in a heart-touching ending. The style of the film resembles Big Fish and Little Children--not a bad thing since those are great films. Jess Weixler (Teeth) and Keir O'Donnell (My Generation) put in noteworthy performances as well. The film is capped off by a great score from veteran Halli Cauthery (The Town).


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