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Dreams of the Wayward ()


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  • Not Rated
  • 1h 21min
  • Drama
  • Movie


A young man runs away from home only to find that the world he is running to isn't quite what he anticipated.

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Cast

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Grant Douglas Bromley ...
Luke
Mark McIntyre ...
Sam
Doug Robertson ...
Dad
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jacob Blizard ...
Nick
Doug Bromley ...
Detective
Grayson Bromley ...
Boy #1
Kris Bromley ...
Shopper
Max Dixon ...
Ian
Miranda Hudson ...
Actress #2
Parker Fox Hysmith ...
Dealer
Benjamin S. Neal ...
Lewis
John Neal ...
Pastor Paul (voice)
Madalyn Neal ...
Actress #1
Natalie Neal ...
Actress #3
Valerie Neal ...
Angry Mom
Weston Parrott ...
Boy #2
Bryce Patton ...
Young Sam
Andrew Price ...
Matthew
Austin Price ...
Gadgets (voice)
Sherry Price ...
Chief (voice)
Sheri Robertson ...
Mom
Nick Skoda ...
Jacob

Directed by

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Grant Douglas Bromley ... (co-director)
Benjamin S. Neal ... (co-director)

Written by

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Grant Douglas Bromley ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Grant Douglas Bromley ... producer
Loren Demaree ... executive producer
Jeff Dix ... executive producer
Amethyst Dvorak ... executive producer
Benjamin S. Neal ... producer
Hollace Tillman ... associate producer

Music by

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Danae Bromley

Cinematography by

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Benjamin S. Neal ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Grant Douglas Bromley ... co-editor
Benjamin S. Neal ... co-editor

Editorial Department

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Grant Douglas Bromley ... color timer
Benjamin S. Neal ... color timer

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Wesley Barrett ... assistant director
Hollace Tillman ... assistant director

Art Department

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Benjamin S. Neal ... props / storyboard artist
Grant Douglas Bromley ... set dresser (uncredited)
Benjamin S. Neal ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Wesley Barrett ... boom operator
Danae Bromley ... boom operator
Grant Douglas Bromley ... boom operator
Grayson Miller ... boom operator
Benjamin S. Neal ... boom operator
Joseph Pope ... boom operator
Hollace Tillman ... boom operator
Grant Douglas Bromley ... sound mixer (uncredited)
Benjamin S. Neal ... sound mixer (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Barrett Burgin ... grip
Joseph Garlington ... grip
Peter Garlington ... grip
Grayson Miller ... dolly grip / grip
Joseph Pope ... dolly grip / grip
Hollace Tillman ... dolly grip

Transportation Department

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Wesley Barrett ... driver
Kris Bromley ... driver
Grayson Miller ... driver
Benjamin S. Neal ... driver
Caroline Neal ... driver

Thanks

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Leona Asburry ... special thanks
Morgan Banker ... special thanks
David G. Bisset ... special thanks
Ellen Bromley ... special thanks
Kris Bromley ... special thanks
Shirlee Bromley ... special thanks
Alex Chipz ... additional thanks
Loren Demaree ... special thanks
Chris Dempsey ... additional thanks
Jeff Dix ... special thanks
Amethyst Dvorak ... special thanks
Jerri Dvorak ... special thanks
Van Flesher ... additional thanks
Robert Gordon ... additional thanks
John Neal ... special thanks
Linda Reedy ... special thanks
Todd Samuel ... special thanks
Chuck Stephens ... additional thanks
Philip Wayne Tatler IV ... additional thanks
Andrew Thress ... additional thanks
Tom Williams ... additional thanks

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

It has been one year since Luke graduated from high school, yet he chose not to go to college and quit his job last week. When his parents confront him about going to community college (or at least doing something with himself), Luke decides to run away from home to avoid responsibility. However, on his first night out on his own he is robbed and beaten to a bloody pulp by a local gang. With nothing left in his immediate possession, he wanders the streets for a few days only to stumble upon the gang that beat him up. His actions that day will change his life forever, but could change the lives of others for the better as well. Written by Grant Douglas Bromley

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Taglines Dreams and ambition go hand in hand... but what if you don't have any? See more »
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Also Known As
  • Dreams of the Wayward (United States)
Runtime
  • 81 min
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Budget $3,448 (estimated)

Did You Know?

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Trivia The film was originally going to be filmed as a short entitled "Son" in 2010, but was expanded upon and fleshed out in early 2012. See more »
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Crazy Credits There are no opening credits in "Dreams of The Wayward", and the title doesn't appear until nearly 13 minutes into the film. See more »
Quotes Sam: It is strange, however, that dreams and movies are similar. As if the world isn't full of enough excitement.
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