The Book of Jane (2013)

Alice, a college Professor of Comparative Religious Studies, meets an enigmatic older woman who roams the campus, sleeps under a bridge, and rattles her with disturbing insights that forever alters the course of her existence.

Director:

Antero Alli

Writer:

Antero Alli
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Cast

Credited cast:
Madeline H.D. Brown Madeline H.D. Brown ... Colette
Duncan Cook Duncan Cook ... Apartment Manager
Felecia Faulkner ... Detective Aymes
Brian Livingston Brian Livingston ... Coroner
Luna Olcott Luna Olcott ... Jane
Nathan Rosquist Nathan Rosquist ... Tom
Marianne Shine ... Alice
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Alice, a Professor of Comparative Religion, is writing a book exalting the ancient values of goddess mythologies and Feminine deity worship. One day she meets Jane, an enigmatic older woman who roams the university campus, sleeps under a bridge, and rattles Alice with her disturbing insights. At home, Alice is the muse to her partner Colette, an artist who is painting a series of goddess portraits. When Colette hears about Jane, she encourages a reluctant Alice to invite her over for dinner. "The Book of Jane" is a story of three women bound together by fate to advance the values of an ancient culture but at a deep cost no one expected. Written by Antero Alli

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homeless | goddess worship | See All (2) »

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I'm not homeless, I'm nomadic.

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Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 November 2013 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$10,000 (estimated)
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Vertical Pool See more »
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16:9 HD
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