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Don't Pass Me By (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama | 12 January 2013 (USA)
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A stirring story about regret, love, and second chances, woven together in a vignette style. The story follows four women who sit at a crisis point in their lives--their desires clouded by ... See full summary »


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Rachel Noll James (as Rachel Noll), Katy Kvalvik (as Katy K. Burton)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sean Stone ... Josh Malek
Keith David ... David Knox
C. Thomas Howell ... Jack
Rachel Noll James ... Hannah Walters (as Rachel Noll)
Katy Kvalvik Katy Kvalvik ... Danielle Davis (as Katy K. Burton)
Jeremy London ... Greg Phillips
Jake Busey ... Fred Norwick
Nancy Karr Nancy Karr ... Jill Richardson
Elizabeth Izzo ... Brooke Morton
Liz Wicker ... Samantha Morton
Blake Berlin Blake Berlin ... Ben Jacobson
Tyler Lueck Tyler Lueck ... Kyle Montgomery
Wes McGee ... Ryan Richardson
Tony Nowicki ... Brian Crenshaw (as Tony Christopher)
Jennifer Farac ... Marissa Brown (as Jenn Wilson)


A stirring story about regret, love, and second chances, woven together in a vignette style. The story follows four women who sit at a crisis point in their lives--their desires clouded by fear, duty, tragedy, and regret. As each story unfolds, the characters struggle to find the courage to live for themselves, to reclaim the relationships they have lost along the way, and to make time for the things that really matter. Written by KKB

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The only impossible journey is the one you never begin.




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Release Date:

12 January 2013 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA


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$650,000 (estimated)
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Stereo (Stereo)


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Definitely worth a watch
7 December 2015 | by crussell444See all my reviews

This is a wonderful movie. It is a series of vignettes about four women with problems that are complication their lives and the way they work toward resolution.

The acting is realistic. I bought into most of the people and their actions and reactions. I also developed an emotional attachment to some of the characters.

The editing and choreography of the vignettes was done nicely. You got enough information before moving on to the next story. I felt it moved fairly smoothly with a couple bumps here and there.

The only criticisms I would have are: 1. That the resolution of some of the problems were dependent on other people and outside forces and things fell into place a little too nicely 2. At times the music drowned out the dialogue. I liked it, but it was not necessarily realistic. Life doesn't always end in the story book fashion.

Overall I would recommend this for an entertaining watch though the underlying message might just be a little too optimistic. If your band hasn't taken off by the time you are 40 you might want to get a day job.

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