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Can You Hear Me Now (2013)

In a world where getting lost in the madness of self-indulgence and neglect runs rampant, Kevin Miller (Andrew Jacob DeHart) is about to reach the ultimate breaking point. Unseen and ... See full summary »

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Andrew Jacob DeHart ... Kevin
... Keith
... Laura
Ashlyn Belle Gardner ... Amy
Tyler Szatek ... Sean
... Mary
Myke Wilson ... Mark
... Roy
... Scott
Jessica Oberhausen ... Lisa (as Jessica Galang)
... Beth
Mykal Rodriguez ... Jose
Ashley Shachter ... Pizza Place Clerk
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Dragon Alexander ... Party Guest 14
Morgan Berry ... Party Guest 5
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In a world where getting lost in the madness of self-indulgence and neglect runs rampant, Kevin Miller (Andrew Jacob DeHart) is about to reach the ultimate breaking point. Unseen and Unheard by his father (Walt Sloan) and tormented by his peers, it often seems that his Mother (Francine Locke) is the only person who truly hears him. When she grows powerless to cradle her own child safely in a cruel world, Kevin contemplates putting an end to his own existence and leaving behind the words that he can only express to his diary. In a true coming of age story written and directed by Daryle Moore, only one question remains: Can You Here Me Now? Written by Daryle Moore

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9 January 2015 (USA)  »

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$2,000 (estimated)
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