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Harmony Parker (2005)

Harmony is given an old music box on her seventh birthday and quickly discovers how the vibrational power of music can transform situations of conflict into peace.

Director:

Suzy Kassem

Writer:

Suzy Kassem
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Cast

Credited cast:
Madison Davenport ... Harmony Parker
Allen Burns ... Martin Parker
Lance Norling ... Robbie
Selma Pinkard ... Mrs. Shield
Joe Geller ... Carl
Robert Olding ... Salvador
Kevin Glikmann ... Roach
Danielle Kennedy ... Sevine
Anthony Ray Parker ... John
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jamie Silvan Jamie Silvan ... Matt Songer (as Jamie Varney)
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Storyline

Harmony is given an old music box on her seventh birthday and quickly discovers how the vibrational power of music can transform situations of conflict into peace.

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Genres:

Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 April 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Хармони Паркер See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Solange Films See more »
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Color
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The title of the film was inspired by a cultural district in the heart of Downtown Detroit known as Harmony Park. It is a nod to the director's days once spent venturing the burgeoning underground house scene of Detroit in the early 90s. See more »

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Loved it!!!!!
6 August 2013 | by ilovemrjungSee all my reviews

This is definitely one of my favorite films that somehow fell under the radar. It restores my faith in filmmaking as an art form that can touch and uplift your life for the better, without resorting to special effects or cheap shock value. It's just plain and simply put, a story told with really good writing, brilliant direction, and good acting.

I think this is Madison Davenport's first movie. I've seen her in a lot of big budget productions lately, but I love seeing her play such a fresh, innocent, yet raw character.

It was one of the few movies that stayed with me after I watched it. I want to see more from new director Suzy Kassem! She has a way of seeing the magic in the seemingly ordinary and making a simple story about a little girl way more powerful and engaging than the big budget blockbusters that are out there right now. This is storytelling at it's best.


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