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Far (2012)

Not Rated | | Short, Comedy, Romance | 4 September 2014 (USA)
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David goes on a date with Hannah, a young woman, who isn't quite what she seems.


Brian James Crewe


Marion Kerr
18 wins & 10 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Marion Kerr ... Hannah
Andre Hall ... David
Lauren Mora ... Waitress
Bernie Hourihan ... Vodka Tonic Guy
Julia Marchese ... New Beverly Usher
Joe Ballarini ... Brett
Emily Chiu Emily Chiu ... Buddhist
Andy Kallok ... Surfer
Casey Jean O'Brien Casey Jean O'Brien ... Little Girl
Hugh Aodh O'Brien ... Race Car Driver
Eric Soto Eric Soto ... Military Pilot
America Young ... Rock Star
Fernanda Cardoso ... Restaurant Customer
Alissa Davis Alissa Davis ... Restaurant Customer
Aaron Gorney Aaron Gorney ... Restaurant Customer


After a bad day at work, David literally runs into Hannah, a beautiful, but strange, young woman. For their first date, David nervously tries to create the perfect evening - but Hannah's odd, yet charming behavior turns dinner into a disaster. Trying to redeem the night, he proposes a 'do-over' and takes her on the ultimate first-date adventure. As the magical evening comes to a close, David discovers there's more to learn about Hannah than he could ever possibly imagine. Written by Film Crewe

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Ordinary boy meets extraordinary girl


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Did You Know?


The score and end credit song, "Theory of Love," was recorded at Studio 1, EastWest Studios in Hollywood. The studio was used by Frank Sinatra to record the song "My Way." The mixing console used was originally built by Quincy Jones to mix Michael Jackson's album Thriller. See more »

Alternate Versions

After the movie's premiere at Dances with Films on June 6, 2012 Director Brian Crewe re-staged the two shots that introduce Hannah, moving the action from a nondescript store front to Chinatown. The film's sound mix was given a second pass to adjust sound effect and music levels. The updated version debuted at the LA Indie Film Festival on September 9, 2012. See more »


References Entourage (2004) See more »

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Brought a Smile
13 April 2014 | by wjhamilton-269-589800See all my reviews

This wonderful short film reminds us how precious and wonderful the moments of our lives can be. Brings a great smile. The audience at the Charleston Film festival really liked it. The lead actress is also the writer Her beaming somewhat awkward smile hides as much as it shows us until the great surprise at the core of the film is disclosed. Sound and photography are both good throughout the film. The Director's long service at TV series editing shows up in a well paced film which focuses and moves attention. It's remarkable that this little film makes a harder run at answering the big questions than the average warring robots smash city film does at giving us anything to think about. You could show this film to any group of people from a Sunday School class to a college philosophy seminar with good results.

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Release Date:

4 September 2014 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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