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Depression: The Movie (2012)

TV-MA | | Comedy, Drama | 21 September 2012 (USA)
Four people deal with all the pain and sadness they have and find the root cause.

Director:

Henrique Couto

Writer:

Henrique Couto
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Cast

Credited cast:
Moriah Yux Moriah Yux ... George
Mike Canestaro Mike Canestaro ... Bill
David Neely David Neely ... Bruce
Corey Montgomery Corey Montgomery ... Lenny
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tonjia Atomic ... Mexican Wrestler (voice)
Victoria Baumgardner Victoria Baumgardner ... Girl in Bar
Sidney Burgan Sidney Burgan ... Cindy
Geoff Burkman Geoff Burkman ... Todd
Ulrike Fiedler Ulrike Fiedler ... Sarah #2
Samantha Fields Samantha Fields ... Liz
Shawn A. Green Shawn A. Green ... Man
Dale Grow Dale Grow ... Church Person
Vincent Holiday Vincent Holiday ... Thomas
Kelsey Laird Kelsey Laird ... Aria
Ward Lawson Ward Lawson ... Detective
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Storyline

Four characters have to wade through the disaster that is their lives to accomplish a greater goal and get past their biggest obstacle... Themselves... with hilarious results! Lenny is in love, with just about every woman he's met and he isn't shy about telling you. Bruce's father is destroying his life by doing nothing, is it possible to make someone stop doing nothing? Bill wants to figure out how to love after his divorce, but he's completely lost. George wants to prove she isn't a giant screw-up by babysitting for her successful older sister. Written by Alexander Rozhenko

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...a comedy!

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Comedy | Drama

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Trivia

The characters Lenny, Bruce, Bill, and George are all based on the comedian names Lenny Bruce, George Carlin, and Bill Hicks. See more »

Quotes

Church Person: Have you ever read the bible?
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Connections

References Die Hard (1988) See more »

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Goodbye
By George Hrab
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Henrique Does It Again.
23 September 2012 | by affrodavid45See all my reviews

I had the pleasure of seeing this in it's big premiere at Englewood Cinemas. And all I can say is WOW. I have always been a fan of Henrique whether it's his music or his films, Faces of Schlock, Marty Jenkins & The Vampire Bitches, and the more brutally recent Bleeding Through. That being said, this was out of Henrique's usual realm of Horror. Depression is a comedy that hits you on all levels. One those movies where you can laugh, cry, cheer, and just all out enjoy. The story revolves around 4 people all dealing with different struggles in their lives such as: Being disconnected from one's father for several years, finding the one you can truly say you love, being an all out screw up in people's eyes, and being the nice guy and not getting anything from it. Henrique really put himself into this movie and you can tell when you watch it. You connect with these very likable characters once the black screen flashes their white text names. One wouldn't think a movie about Depression could be a comedy but this film is, as well being so much more than that. If you wanna see a movie with a lot of heart, laughs, fun dialogue, great cast, and amazing story, then go no further than seeing DEPRESSION: THE MOVIE.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 September 2012 (USA) See more »

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Depresión: La película See more »

Filming Locations:

Dayton, Ohio, USA

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New Dynamic See more »
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16:9 HD
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