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Everything and Everyone (2011)

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Everything & Everyone is a story of love, laughter, loss, and everything in between. A troubled group of family and friends deal with crises of age, love, death, parenthood and identity, ... See full summary »

Director:

Tracy D. Smith

Writer:

Ian Tang
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4 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Ryan Robbins ... Noah
Gabrielle Rose ... Rose
Chad Willett ... Max
Lane Edwards ... Eric
Sean Michael Kyer ... Ben
Chelah Horsdal ... Amanda
Jerry Wasserman ... William
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Javier Badillo ... Partygoer
Victoria Bennett ... Actress In The Theatre
Raymond Chan ... Gang Member
Mark Chin Mark Chin ... Gang Member
Paralee Cook ... Peggy
Fraser Corbett ... Gang Leader
Justin Doran Justin Doran ... Gang Member
Clive Holloway ... Bully
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Everything & Everyone is a story of love, laughter, loss, and everything in between. A troubled group of family and friends deal with crises of age, love, death, parenthood and identity, going through a journey that is both hilarious and heartbreaking. Written by Ian Tang

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Drama

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 December 2011 (Serbia) See more »

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Color
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Winner of Best Feature Film and Best Director for Tracy D. Smith at 2012 Women in Film Festival BC. See more »

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painful
30 May 2012 | by alanalanttSee all my reviews

Just walked out (2/3 of the way through) of a screening at the Seattle International Film Festival. So discount my review, if you must, but I couldn't sit through it all.

Seriously painful dialogue and some of the most amateurish, non-nuanced acting I've seen on film a very long time.

Sure the premise is somewhat hackneyed (death/dying, family, father-son disconnect, etc.), but there is certainly a way to craft it so that it doesn't illicit as many walkouts as this screening received. There were at least a dozen in a half full, small house, before we gave up and left.

Some of my favorite films ever are Canadian (The Hanging Garden is one), so I was eager to see a new Canadian voice.

I'm still eager to see a new Canadian voice. Not this one.


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