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Shift Paradigm (2014)

A man living on a park bench meets a business woman as they learn about one another's lives through a series of interactions that both lead to learning dark pasts of each person only to ... See full summary »

Director:

Ben Andrews

Writer:

Gregory Marks
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gregory Marks ... Samuel
Deanna Sarkar Deanna Sarkar ... Karen
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Reese Barrett Reese Barrett ... Firefighter
Megan Bloom Megan Bloom ... Waitress
Keagan Brown Keagan Brown ... Samuel's Son
Evelyn Bruce Evelyn Bruce ... Samuel's Wife
Ronee Collins ... Park runner
Rachelle Henry ... Young Karen
Jonathan Holbrook ... Himself
John Jacobsen John Jacobsen ... Himself
Andy Ryan Johnson Andy Ryan Johnson ... Ty
Simone Leorin ... Owner of Restaurant
Lily Pemberton Lily Pemberton ... Restaurant Patron
Asha Sawyer ... 2nd Waitress
Allison Weathers Allison Weathers ... Mother
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A man living on a park bench meets a business woman as they learn about one another's lives through a series of interactions that both lead to learning dark pasts of each person only to find out that forgiveness is the key to moving forward. Written by Sean Patrick Burke

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Genres:

Short | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 August 2014 (USA) See more »

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Powerful and Moving Film
1 November 2017 | by jgshaffSee all my reviews

Such a movie short film. It is filled with so many good lessons that people of many ages will be able to relate to. For sure a 10/10, walked away with a new perspective. Teaches us about things from homelessness, stereotypes, pushing on, and lessons of how the little things you do can have a bigger impact then you would ever think. Greg Marks has created a film that I will remember for very long because of the valuable take aways that have impacted my outlook on how I live.


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