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Paradise, FL (2015)

Inspired by true events. A struggling oyster fisherman helps care for his friend's two young kids and finds himself fighting for the family he didn't know that he needed.

Director:

Nick Morgulis

Writers:

Evan Mattson (storyline editor), Tony Stopperan | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Aidan Bouquin Aidan Bouquin ... Jamey
Avery Bouquin Avery Bouquin ... Lily
Edward James Fagan Edward James Fagan ... The Bartender
Tom Harney Tom Harney ... Rabbit
Kristopher Higgins ... Sean
Josh James Josh James ... Opie
Castille Landon ... Jenny
Mary Mara ... Koko
Jon-Michael Miller ... Tommy
Brian Nemiroff Brian Nemiroff ... Ben
Gretchen Porro Gretchen Porro ... Tommy's Mom
Heather Robb Heather Robb ... Maggie
Jordan Sobel Jordan Sobel ... Nick
Tony Stopperan ... Brian
Lauren Sweetser ... Kelly
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Inspired by true events. A struggling oyster fisherman helps care for his friend's two young kids and finds himself fighting for the family he didn't know that he needed.

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When you have nothing left to lose, you might find something worth fighting for.

Genres:

Drama | Family

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 April 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Budget:

$483,000 (estimated)
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Came to the screening as a skeptic,but left as a believer...
21 November 2015 | by jackwhite736See all my reviews

I saw this film at the Virginia Film Festival and honestly, I expected just another "indie" drama, that like so many other low budget films (under a Million), with no "A- List" actors would be cheesy, boring, and predictable.... what I got instead was a film that had me hooked after the first 5 minutes, and truly interested in the fates of the films well developed and believable characters right up to the very end. Easily Hollywood Studio quality, without the usual clichés, and bland plot lines of so many multi-million dollar flops produced by Hollywood these days. Solid feature film directorial debut for Morgulis who apparently had won a couple of awards for short-film documentaries prior to this undertaking. Excellent cinematography (some scenes had that almost surreal beauty you see in films like O'Brother Where Art Thou) and the soundtrack matched well with the mood throughout the movie, and set the pace when needed. Solid acting all around by the cast. Honestly no complaints, just a solid movie that delivered on all fronts. I'm glad my girlfriend "dragged" me to see it, instead of the film I wanted to go see, which ended up being a dud (we saw it the next day at the second screening). Overall, some minor flaws could be nit-picked, but the movie is definitely worth watching. Also, the title, "Paradise, FL" just fits perfectly in a sly and witty sort of way.


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