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Camera Store (2017)

Not Rated | | Drama | 9 December 2016 (USA)
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On the eve of the transition from film to digital, the longtime denizens of a camera store confront their personal issues in this darkly comic story.
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Credited cast:
John Rhys-Davies ... Pinky Steuben
Cheryl Ladd ... Alma
David James Elliott ... Karly Regan
John Larroquette ... Ray LaPine
Laura Silverman ... Tonia Canucci
Paul Ben-Victor ... Mr. Bibideaux
Laura Cayouette ... Brenda Klammadge
Hunter Burke ... Photojournalist
Maddie McCormick ... Penny Wednesday
Lara Grice ... Mr. Nakamura's Secretary (voice)
Clayton Landey ... Dr. Dave Lobell
Thomas Francis Murphy ... Old man / Investigator
Billy Slaughter ... (voice)
Theodus Crane ... Bobby
Bryan Michael Hall ... Leveo Cannucci
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On the eve of the transition from film to digital, the longtime denizens of a camera store confront their personal issues in this darkly comic story.

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In life you know you're going to get screwed, interesting part - you never know how...

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Not Rated
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USA

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English

Release Date:

9 December 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Магазин видеокамер See more »

Filming Locations:

Louisiana, USA See more »

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This movie was filmed entirely on-location at the Esplanade Mall in Kenner, Louisiana, in the fall of 2015. See more »

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No film was harmed during the making of this movie. See more »

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Speechless....
25 June 2017 | by SamUnfiltered1979See all my reviews

This movie was one I started on a late night, with a glass of scotch in one hand and a cigerette in the other. I am a huge fan of John Larroquttes, From Night Court to the West Wing and everything in between. Jonathan Rhys Davies as well. So I was expecting a fairly even story with a good plot. What I got was a totally engrossing film that left me breathless at the end. John Larroquette puts on a tour de force performance that I think should get him an Oscar nod. I am not easily impressed. But this took my breath away. Maybe its because I grew up loving photography and film and still shun digital that this movie spoke to me. 10 stars.


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