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All Mistakes Buried (2015)

Unrated | | Drama, Thriller | 22 January 2016 (USA)
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A lone, struggling addict takes on a dangerous underground criminal ring in his small Southern town to retrieve a stolen pendant he believes will save his marriage.

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... Franki
... Sonny
... Jennifer
... Nick
... Gale (as Maria McCann)
Shane Guilbeau ... Silky
... Father-In-Law
Dan Forest ... Naked Guy
... Earl
Anna Medley ... Dancer / Club Goer
... Su-Ji
... Bruce
Nate James ... Surveillance Tech
Jerry Havens ... Club Owner
Mecah Foss ... Prostitute
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A struggling addict in a small Southern city goes up against a dangerous criminal ring to retrieve a stolen pendant that he believes will save his marriage. Written by Anonymous

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Some wounds never heal.

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Drama | Thriller

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The Aftermath  »

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Sonny: Hey, Bruce, what date is it? No, the date... are you sure about that?
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Perfectly human
21 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

One of those films that stays with you long after the credits have rolled; touching and truly human. The Aftermath is a beautiful film that shows the darker side of the human condition and the aftermath of a life changed in an instance. Thoughtful from inception, The Aftermath is brilliantly directed and the cast, that is made up of industry natives and local newbies, give the film a sense of truth that is not easily achieved. The film captures the essence of a true to life fall through the rabbit hole where nothing is at it seems and everyone and everything around is not as it appears. A stunning performance by Sam Trammell makes it impossible to not believe him as the broken Sonny. Trammell, Shaun S. Sanghani, and Tim McCane make a great team and have yet again created a film that gives us no choice but to take notice.


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