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The Perspective of Love (2011)

Written, directed, acted, and produced entirely by students in Rochester, MN, this 15-minute narrative combines a captivating story with honest observations and meaningful questions. ... See full summary »

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Landon Brands (co-director), Nathaniel DeBoer (co-director)

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Tristan Miller ... Pete
Ilana Henckel Ilana Henckel ... Destiny
Ben Parrish Ben Parrish ... Passerby
Aaron Rowe Aaron Rowe ... Paramedic
Elizabeth Unseth Elizabeth Unseth ... Paramedic
Tikki Bisset Tikki Bisset ... Nurse
Samuel Gibbs Samuel Gibbs ... Newborn
Elissa Coady Elissa Coady ... Sidewalk Girl
Thayer Haugen Thayer Haugen ... Sidewalk Guy
Elise Gallagher Elise Gallagher ... Diner
Jeremy Marquez ... Diner
Jessica Nichols Jessica Nichols ... Diner
Ben Scheid Ben Scheid ... Diner
Kim Alwin Kim Alwin ... Passerby
Nathaniel DeBoer Nathaniel DeBoer ... (voice)
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Written, directed, acted, and produced entirely by students in Rochester, MN, this 15-minute narrative combines a captivating story with honest observations and meaningful questions. Wandering alone on Valentine's Day while contemplating the world's confusing definition of 'love', a reclusive teenager is forever changed by an accidental discovery. Through a surprising turn of events, Pete finds a new perspective on the mystery only defined as love. Written by Anonymous

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Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

January 2011 (USA) See more »

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