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Ally Was Screaming (2014)

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After their best friend dies, two men conspire to keep financially significant information from her sister who is executing the estate.

Director:

Jeremy Thomas

Writer:

Jeremy Thomas
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1 win & 8 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Camille Sullivan ... Casey
Charlie Carrick ... Nole
Giacomo Baessato ... Seth
Arielle Rombough ... Ally
Niall Matter ... Andrew
Mikaela Cochrane ... Waitress
Janelle Cooper Janelle Cooper ... Woman at Restaurant
Robert Nogier ... Seth's Co-worker
Chengis Javeri ... Egyptian Man
Aadila Dosani ... Egyptian Woman
Cliff Liknes Cliff Liknes ... Police Officer
Brian Gromoff Brian Gromoff ... Complaining Man
Natalie Moon ... Yacht Painter
Barb Mitchell ... Reporter
Alexis Pineda Alexis Pineda ... Additional Performer
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Two friends try to do the right thing. Seth (Giacomo Baessato) and Nole's (Charlie Carrick) pal Ally (Arielle Rombough) has just died. As they sort through her things, they find a winning lottery ticket - unclaimed and for a massive sum. Legally, Ally's abusive ex-husband is entitled to the winnings but the boys decide to keep the ticket out of his hands. There's just one problem. The executor of Ally's estate is her sister (Camille Sullivan), a stickler for rules. Written by Calgary International Film Festival

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Comedy | Thriller

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Country:

Canada

Language:

English | Arabic | French

Release Date:

28 February 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Calgary, Alberta, Canada See more »

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16:9 HD
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Lohengrin - Prelude to Act I
Composed by Richard Wagner
Performed by The Apollo Symphony Orchestra
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Awesome film ethics is Key!
17 November 2015 | by jrbauer-72423See all my reviews

Great inspiring film the writer was very creative on us finding our inner selves and morals. For the ones that are not understanding of it clearly have no taste in rating films or in life in general. Looking forward to many of his next films! Check it out for yourself - if you don't understand the first time you weren't paying attention..

Money does not buy happiness and people should be more grateful on what they have.

Would you really feel better buying a Yacht instead of helping 40,000 hungry starving children?

If you have food, shelter, clothing you are a millionaire already compared to most. This film portrays that and much more!

We need to give Independent films a lot more credit for how difficult and challenging it is to create and produce.


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