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The Wanderers (2013)

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A man with amnesia elicits the help of his estranged small town brother and an eccentric underground TV personality as he travels from Texas to Los Angeles to uncover his past.

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Layton Matthews

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Layton Matthews
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Credited cast:
Jesse C. Boyd ... Benjamin
Layton Matthews Layton Matthews ... Lee
Ben Dreyfuss Ben Dreyfuss ... Coyote
Tiffany Connor ... Melanie
Tyrel Ventura Tyrel Ventura ... Malaki
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Crobar Bilus Robert Crobar Bilus ... Sanctuary Bouncer 1
Esther Canata ... Club Girl
Jennifer Chang Jennifer Chang ... Clubgoer
Curt Clendenin ... Max Neptune Impersonator
Marquez Edmond Marquez Edmond ... Club Security
Adam Fleck Adam Fleck ... Dr. Jenkins
Crow Garrett Crow Garrett ... Sanctuary Bouncer 2
Miranda Jayne Garrett Miranda Jayne Garrett ... Sleeveless Girl
Mihai Hetea Mihai Hetea ... Hollywood Cowboy
Marie Joelyn Marie Joelyn ... Sidewalk Girl (as Marie Lynn)
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A man with amnesia elicits the help of his estranged small town brother and an eccentric underground TV personality as he travels from Texas to Los Angeles to uncover his past.

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An original film about the re-make of a man. See more »


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TV-PG
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USA

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English

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23 April 2013 (USA) See more »

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LMTC Productions See more »
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Well worth the price of admission
29 April 2013 | by wwilsonsmithSee all my reviews

An enjoyable, well-made indie, free from the pretension that usually comes with the... is "indie" a genre? It's the writing that really makes The Wanderers stand out. It takes skill to turn what by all rights should be a boilerplate, bog-standard plot and make it fresh and interesting.

Amnesia is a cliché plot device, but clichés are clichés because they work, and The Wanderers makes it work. I quickly found myself forgetting that I've seen it used before, and even forgetting that this is a labor- of-love indie film, and just enjoying the ride.

Also, I'm not sure whether the script or Ben Dreyfuss deserves the credit, but I would eagerly watch a sequel about his character.


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