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Fenced Off (2011)

TV-PG | | Drama | 1 October 2011 (USA)
What starts off as a day of yard work and random to-dos for the neighbors turns into a series of misunderstandings. Inspired by actual events, Fenced Off explores the reality that loving your neighbor can be complicated.

Director:

Brad Wise

Writers:

Isaac Stambaugh (story), Brad Wise
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Cast overview:
Joshua Zirger ... Josh
Reggie Willis Reggie Willis ... George
Holly Walker ... Tia
Tyler Middendorf Tyler Middendorf ... Isaac
Whitney Catandella Whitney Catandella ... Anne (as Whitney Cornelius)
Jim Dougherty ... Kurt
Cameron Jamarr Davis Cameron Jamarr Davis ... Eric
Elizabeth Holmes Elizabeth Holmes ... Dana
Eric. L. Housley II Eric. L. Housley II ... Ray
Romeo Armand Seay Romeo Armand Seay ... Dee
Marcus L. Simmons II Marcus L. Simmons II ... Cal
Brittany Anikka Liu Brittany Anikka Liu ... Youth Group Girl (as Brittany Liu)
Diane VanWeelden Diane VanWeelden ... Josh's Mom
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What starts off as a day of yard work and random to-dos for the neighbors turns into a series of misunderstandings. Inspired by actual events, Fenced Off explores the reality that loving your neighbor can be complicated.

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Loving your neighbor can be complicated.

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Drama

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TV-PG
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 October 2011 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

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Rebel Pilgrim Productions See more »
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Kinda like an Afterschool Special
15 December 2015 | by troyboy6868See all my reviews

I grew up during the 70s and 80s and this movie really reminded me of an ABC Afterschool Special (in a nostalgic way).

The episodes all dealt with socially relevant issues and were educational for children and teens. They also had pretty good music and kinda bad acting (but in a fun way).

I can't full-on recommend this movie for adults because the acting only runs the spectrum from OK in some scenes to dismal in others. Also, the production company may be religious in orientation, not sure, so that may deter some viewers (including me, usually). But I will say that the movie stuck to cultural and racial issues and never preached.

I do think this could be a somewhat useful film for children to view concerning some of the cultural biases they may encounter and how to deal with it a positive and productive manner.

I remember and miss those Afterschool specials, so I am giving this movie a 4/10 for the good times it reminded me of, cheers.


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