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Under the Bridge (2011)

When Lily's father is beaten and left for dead she must fend for herself under a bridge.





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Credited cast:
Lily Fellows
Kathleen Cameron ...
Dr. Emerson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Patrick Adam ...
Bill Barker
Veterinary Nurse
Robert Anders ...
Chess Player: Nick
Everett Anderson ...
Chess Player
Gang Member
Kathleen M. Anzaldua ...
Library Mom / Park Mom
Ariel Avilez ...
Chess Player: Victoria
Cheyanne Ballou ...
Gage Barret ...
Chess Player
Kathleen Benner ...
Lily's Mom
Joe Brady ...
Veterinary Doctor
Greg Bronson ...
Homeless Man
Gwendolyn Brouwer ...
Chess Player: Uma


What happens when a young teenage girl loses her father and she finds herself being sent to a detention home because the town can't deal with a homeless child. That is the subject of Under The Bridge when the young girl Lily is forced to live under a bridge away from the watchful eyes of adults. Written by Brian Stewart

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teenage girl | homeless | uplift | See All (3) »


Drama | Family



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Release Date:

1 January 2012 (Australia)  »

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Box Office


$270,000 (estimated)
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16:9 HD
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One of the Best films for 2013
19 December 2012 | by See all my reviews

I have seen some of the advance scenes for Under The Bridge and I must say I am astounded at the quality of this independent feature. The acting is superb the young lead is simply terrific it is like watching a young Dakota Fanning. and the supporting cast certainly add their best. The most impressive thing was the story capturing a homeless child surviving on the streets after the death of a parent. I live in a city where the homeless wonder about and from time to time I see young people in amongst them but this brought it home to me how fragile life is especially for someone who loves their only family wen they are young.

The gap between the haves and have knots are debated in the presidential elections Washington DC but this story really brings it home. If you have you have a place to sleep food to eat can go to school hopes and dreams. If you have not you will live outside under a bridge and look through garbage cans or to others just for something to put in your stomach.

The movie will jar you out of any complacency and make you more sensitive to those around you and that is a good thing.

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