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There's a magical door in Woody's closet that allows those who go through it to erase mistakes from their past. When he finds out where it goes, his life will be changed forever.

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Woody
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Trudy
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Moses
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Proctor
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Nyles
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Ripley
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Lillian
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Priscilla
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Claiborne
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Leah
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Penley
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Osmond
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Farrah
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Israel Wright ...
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Peter LeClair ...
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Kathleen Andrews ...
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Nat Deluca ...
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Larry Gallner ...
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Mary Jane Gallner ...
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Valerie Gill ...
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Tasya Herskovitz ...
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Pamela Keller ...
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Robyn Lewis ...
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Wendy Mason ...
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Dana Stalewski ...
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Karen Tracy ...
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Matthew Yeager ...
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Directed by

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Oliver Thompson

Written by

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Oliver Thompson ... ()

Produced by

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Bay Dariz ... producer
Kyle Gallner ... producer
Molly C. Quinn ... producer
Richard Rawlings ... executive producer
Oliver Thompson ... producer

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Oliver Thompson

Cinematography by

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Justin Talley

Film Editing by

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Lilly Grabowski

Editorial Department

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Eric M. Klein ... digital intermediate producer
Toby Martisius ... colorist
Matthew J. McLaren ... first assistant editor (as Matt McLaren)

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Lauren Grey

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Patrick Thompson

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Heidi Koleto

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Brooks Fairley
Terry Watson

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Jessyca Bluwal

Makeup Department

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Brooke Campbell ... hair stylist / makeup artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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John Drabecki ... second second assistant director
William Lambe ... first assistant director
Aida Lembo ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Steven Armendariz ... graphic designer
Terry Watson ... set dresser

Sound Department

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James Ingram ... sound effects editor
Doug Madick ... foley artist
Pete Orlanski ... sound mixer
Ian Shedd ... dialogue editor
Kyle Tilbury ... re-recording mixer / supervising sound editor
April Tucker ... dialogue editor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Dylan Catherina ... second assistant camera
Ricardo Escalante ... first assistant camera
Francisco Esparza ... grip
Russell Gearhart ... gaffer
Jessyca Harrison ... second assistant camera
Josh Hensley ... key grip
David A. Hoffman ... grip
Jesse Lee ... gaffer
Matthew J. McLaren ... digital imaging technician (as Matt McLaren)
Alaina McManus ... first assistant camera
Rob Pittman ... first assistant camera
Kate Steinhebel ... digital imaging technician
Brian Udoff ... additional second assistant camera / second assistant camera
Jake Ures ... gaffer
Christopher S. Walters ... key grip
Ron M. Wilson ... gaffer

Music Department

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Michael Eisenstein ... music mixer / music producer
Peter LeClair ... musician

Additional Crew

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Elisha Gustafson ... publicist
David Magdael ... publicist
Susan Papa ... production assistant
Noel Rayo ... legal
Israel Wright ... production assistant

Thanks

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Tyler Bender ... special thanks
Ron Bottitta ... special thanks
Jeff Castelluccio ... special thanks
Valerie Gill ... special thanks
Jeroen Hendriks ... special thanks
Clifford Morts ... special thanks
Romy Rosemont ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

Woody (Kyle Gallner), a children's author, rents a strange apartment from his landlord, Moses (Nick Offerman). There's a magical door in Woody's closet that allows those who go through it to erase mistakes from their past. While he was once happy to facilitate the passage of the random strangers summoned to his apartment, Woody soon begins to question why he himself is not allowed to go through. Written by FilmBuff

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