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Moon Point (2011)

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The funny, quirky story of Darryl Strozka, an ambitionless 24-year old who travels hundreds of miles in a wagon hooked onto the back of his friend's electric wheelchair, in hopes of tracking down his childhood crush.

Director:

Sean Cisterna

Writers:

Robert Lazar, James Luscombe (story editor) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Nick McKinlay Nick McKinlay ... Darryl Strozka
Paula Brancati ... Kristin
Kyle Mac ... Femur
Kristen Gutoskie ... Sarah Cherry
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Camden Angelis ... Young Sarah
Ali Badshah ... Mukhtar (as King Ali Badshah)
Boyd Banks ... Ice Cream Truck Driver
Brianna Daguanno ... Ninja Girl (as Brianna D'Aguanno)
Josie Dye Josie Dye ... Engineering Professor (voice)
Jayne Eastwood ... Femur's Grandmother
Novie Edwards ... Singer
Kristin Fairlie ... Sheila
Brad Hampton Brad Hampton ... Pepper
James Hartnett ... Lars
Art Hindle ... The Banana
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The funny, quirky story of Darryl Strozka, an ambitionless 24-year old who travels hundreds of miles in a wagon hooked onto the back of his friend's electric wheelchair, in hopes of tracking down his childhood crush.

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Be Mine.

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 September 2011 (Canada) See more »

Filming Locations:

Aurora, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Budget:

CAD 88,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color (HD)

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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The wagon used in the film is a garden wagon purchased at a local hardware store. It was beaten up so badly in the film that the wheels finally fell off during the last shot of the movie. See more »

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Script error: Plato, not Aristotle
2 November 2012 | by robertrunSee all my reviews

During the movie the main character is explaining Plato's "Forms" to another character, and he misrepresents the theory as belonging to Aristotle. The actor described Plato's Forms, Aristotle did not believe in Forms.

Aristotle was a student of Plato, and was radically opposed to, and argued against Plato on this. Aristotle had a completely different take on "forms" (small f) as in "hylomorphic" or derivative form in substance, rather that Plato's metaphysical "Ideals" in some non-seen realm, which is what the actor described.

So that's too bad. But it was a cute movie, I could have given it a 6 instead of a 5 were it not for that really bad mistake. I mean, that is -such- a major mistake, it really is, and someone's college professor should be embarrassed.


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