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Left (2017)

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A college woman, born with a paralyzed arm, aspires to become a pianist. To develop her musical talent and find her inner strength, she'll need the help of a washed-up music professor.

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Stan-Lee Ray Baker (co-director), Les Gaddis (co-director)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Crystal Cook ... Elaine Lyddie
David DeLao ... Samuel Hernandez
Sheril Rodgers ... Mrs. Evelyn Lyddie
Rachel G. Whittle ... Audrey Hernandez
Philip Smerick Philip Smerick ... Calvin Harris
Adam Duncan ... Steven Baker
Grey Acuna ... Ryan Carter
Joshua Briscoe Joshua Briscoe ... John Matthews
Vandi Clark Vandi Clark ... Susan McGee
Paul Meltzer ... Gerald Cantor
Nene Nwoko ... Candace Ross
Jency Allison Weeks ... Catherine Jones
Lisa Simpson ... Veronica Cage (CSI-Austin)
Sanjay Nilliyat Sanjay Nilliyat ... Senior Recital Patron
Kerry McCormick ... Terri Williams
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A college woman, born with a paralyzed arm, aspires to become a pianist. To develop her musical talent and find her inner strength, she'll need the help of a washed-up music professor.

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Dallas, Texas, USA

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Budget:

$15,000 (estimated)
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Lead actress Crystal Cook came onto the project just four days before principle photography began on LEFT. See more »

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Fine work by Les Gaddis
8 March 2019 | by mrhinman-1See all my reviews

A great story, well executed on such a small budget. Les Gaddis did very well on this, and the cast were very good. I only clipped one star as there were a few sound edits off, but nothing terrible. I also felt that Sheril Rodgers was a bit robotic in her role. That said, over all this is worth the watch. It was good to know that Gaddis used a Helios 44 lens for portions of this.


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