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A former straight-edge musician tries to reconnect with a former love interest, a groupie for the band he broke up.

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Jeremy Waltman

Writer:

Adam Lucas
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Frank Williams Frank Williams ... Dicey
Ashley Peoples Ashley Peoples ... Erin
Toby Levin Toby Levin ... Jack
Athena Masci ... Amy
Bill Rusnak Bill Rusnak ... Groom
Nicole Rusnak Nicole Rusnak ... Bride
Jules Joseph Jules Joseph ... Best Man
Sam McTavey Sam McTavey ... Rhythm Guitar
Paul Orbell Paul Orbell ... Lead Guitar
Alan Bendich ... Doctor
Kevin O'Callaghan Kevin O'Callaghan ... City Bartender
John Thomas John Thomas ... Funeral Director
Michael Way Michael Way ... Salvage Yard Owner
Matt Lamson Matt Lamson ... Friend 1
Shane Fresch Shane Fresch ... Friend 2
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Dicey found success with the band he was in. So he decides to break up the band and try his hand at a solo career. Except now he's failing. The old band doesn't want him back. Desperate to reinvent himself, he turns to his old love, a groupie. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Music | Romance

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Language:

English

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20 July 2013 (USA) See more »

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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA See more »

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An Open Place Productions See more »
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The voice of Amy's husband, as well as the voice of the flea market salesman (both off-screen), were provided by director Jeremy Waltman. See more »

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minimally astounding
22 December 2013 | by m-ninehouserSee all my reviews

i'll start by stating that i watch a ton of indie flicks. okay? that's the genre - i feel - where i'll most likely find a piece that doesn't belittle me as someone who wants to watch a film and do a little thinking. turns out, these days, that's not the case. i just seem to keep watching kids in their apartments.

however. this film was one cloudy little gem. as someone who hungers for minimalism, i was delighted to find that not only did the filmmakers not hold my hand through the thing, they didn't even extend theirs. not once. which felt more than appropriate given the subject matter.

i don't want to go too far into the details, as this is a thinking wo/man's kind of picture, but i found it beyond refreshing to finally watch an independent film that was challenging in the right ways. it kind of struck me as what a more modernized cassavetes picture might feel like. there's probably even a little bit of mike leigh in there.

this is sounding too vague, i know, but there's honestly not a lot going on in the film story-wise so i really don't want to talk too directly about it. and that's a good thing for christsake. it's a brooding, swirling storm that you'll have to clean up after.

really something else.


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