Poitier, a single father who works as an Assistant Manager at a small town pet shop, enters a "quarter-life crisis" impelled by a recent tragedy. Loneliness and disconnection fatefully lead him toward an unexpected and sublime awakening.
"Greencastle" is a quirky offbeat drama about man's search for meaning amidst the ache of despair. It chronicles Poitier, a single father who works as an Assistant Manager at a small town pet shop, as he enters a "quarter-life crisis" impelled by a recent tragedy. Greencastle intertwines lives of loneliness and disconnection, fatefully leading Poitier toward an unexpected and sublime awakening.
I grew up with Koran whom wrote, directed, and starred in this film. Even though this was an independent film with a low budget, it could easily give the others a run for their money. The movie was funny and inspiring at the same time. Its is realistic and entertaining. I enjoyed the film and would purchase it on DVD. The main character was deep and easy to relate to for any person. The actors, whether newly found or professionals were very realistic and impressive. I urge people of all ages and walks of life to view this film. It will inspire you and entertain at the same time. You can easily identify with many of the characters. It will make you strive for more and make you thankful for all that you already have.
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