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After the Rain (2016)

PG-13 | | Drama
A young man at the end of his life tries to find hope and meaning through the relationships he will leave behind.

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Daniel Bonjour

Writers:

Daniel Bonjour (additional scenes), Ryan James Russell
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Cast

Credited cast:
Daniel Bonjour ... Ryan
Jelly Howie ... Paisley
Catherine Hicks ... Linda
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ida Anderson ... Nurse #2
Potsch Boyd ... Friend #1
Rachel Ann Courtney Rachel Ann Courtney ... Friend #3
Victoria Cruz ... Nurse Patricia
Edward Finlay ... Patrick
Steve Franken ... Doctor
Howard Gibson ... Friend
Chris Jarvis Chris Jarvis ... Keith
Henry LeBlanc ... Steve
Laura Ornelas Laura Ornelas ... Flower shop customer
Roy Vongtama ... Eddie
Barrie Wild Barrie Wild ... CT Operator
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The mental and emotional trials of a young man suffering from terminal cancer, and the loved ones he will ultimately leave behind. The dynamics of love earned, life to be lived, and dreams shattered are explored as the strength of a few is tested in a very real story about letting go. "Only when you learn to let go, does the beauty of life and everything in it reveal itself." Written by Roy Vongtama

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Every moment matters

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PG-13

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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$180,000 (estimated)
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Everybody dies

Young man has cancer and dies. That's the plot. Period. He has a mother and a girlfriend who go through the usual emotions. The point of this movie may be that no one's death is special. This movie certainly isn't. It could have been a depiction of the emotional and physical trauma involved with such a situation, but it is just tedious.


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