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Believe You Me (2011)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama, Mystery | 5 November 2011 (USA)
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Believe You Me is a movie starring Lisa B. Whitfield, Keith Barber, and Louisa Cambridge. After being blindsided by an unthinkable crisis, a small-town photographer volunteers at a suicide hot line where he finds a clue that may unravel the mystery behind his grief.

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Lisa B. Whitfield ... Lizabeth (as Lisa Baker-Whitfield)
Keith Barber ... Call Center Operator 3
Louisa Cambridge ... Real Estate Agent
Noe Casanova ... Mattress Thief
Judson Davenport ... Call Center Operator 1
Connie Doyle ... Wanda
Camille Emmert ... Camille
Anthony Foreman ... Call Center Operator 2
Arron Harrison ... Benny Elm
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Frank Means ... Dean
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After being blindsided by an unthinkable crisis, a small-town photographer volunteers at a suicide hot line where he finds a clue that may unravel the mystery behind his grief.

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Comedy | Drama | Mystery

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The newspaper office and crisis center scenes were shot at the same location, the offices of The Corsicana Daily Sun where Scott Honea worked as a photographer from 1999-2005. See more »

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A man's got to fill his day with something, I guess
11 August 2013 | by See all my reviews

It's hard to characterize this movie: it's likable, but not very involving; certainly almost quirky, but kind of more realistic; could very well be humorous or ironic, but so deadpan it might as well be dramatic. I'm pretty sure it's well-made though, the acting, script, cinematography, and direction work well enough, at least if you're not sleepy; and while I'm not sure if the movie is actually interesting, at least it's not particularly annoying. Even the unresolved ending standard with this type of movie is not that bad, could be the best execution I've seen, but that's not saying much. I don't know... while I wouldn't really recommend watching this, I wouldn't recommend not watching it either.


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