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Set in the time before same sex marriage was legal nation-wide, Dylan must put his life back together after his partner leaves him. Can Dylan put his life back together and find a new love?

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Nick Knipe ...
Dylan Holm (as Nicklaus Knipe)
Spencer Wolfe ...
Steve
Robert Saladee ...
Dylan's Father
Jax Barkhaus ...
Ray Holm
Kristy Olson ...
Dylan's Mother
Zachariah Barrientos ...
Brandon
Stephanie Elrod ...
Bookstore Manager
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Paul
Douglas Schwarte ...
Mark
Ben Gothier ...
Lawyer
Anthony Holmes ...
Anthony
Dani Cleveland ...
Destiny
Eric Lawson ...
Cameron
Chuck Martens ...
Maitre D
Heather Horst ...
Jessie The Waitress
Justin Parker ...
John
Michael Juarez ...
Karl
Joe DeSanti ...
Brock
Chris Alberico ...
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Jason Augustan ...
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Margaret Augustan ...
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Thelma Bell ...
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Charles Bird ...
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Ron Basch ...
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Abigail Dawdy ...
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Payden Dyer ...
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Rhea Franco ...
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Christopher German ...
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John Hall ...
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Dakota Hardisty ...
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Sabrina Harris ...
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Bob Hoppe ...
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Greg Jerrett ...
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Luis Jimenez ...
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Scott Kemper ...
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Richard Knudtson ...
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Megan Leonard ...
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Kai-Bryana Marshall ...
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Sam Miedl ...
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Jessica Moehlman ...
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Dashaun Montanez ...
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Mitch Obrecht ...
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Daniel Palensky ...
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Ceda Pena ...
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Amy Pignatore ...
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Alisha Pinkey ...
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Daniel Pinto ...
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Alex Portillo ...
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Cherie Prior ...
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Sandra Pugh ...
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William Pugh ...
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Curtis Reiney ...
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Kacey Rose ...
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Rhonda Roth ...
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Julia Scobey ...
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Brady Smith ...
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Ben Stevinson ...
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Jason Sutterfield ...
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Terry Taylor Jr. ...
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Shannon Taylor ...
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Richard Terkeurst ...
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Anne Vogel ...
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Megan Weyant ...
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Shamra Wiek ...
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Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Maxx Arnold ...
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Jerome Lee Bradford ...
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Frank Bramlett ...
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Sabrina Brown ...
Michelle
Tarah Cook ...
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Titus Cook ...
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Aimee Correa ...
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Becka Doolittle ...
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Brad Doolittle ...
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Phoebe Doolittle ...
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Jonathan Dwyer ...
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Malik Fortner ...
Wedding Guest
Franco Francisco ...
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Joe Harris ...
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Jamie Herzberg ...
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Tres Johnson ...
Coffee Shop Owner
Haval Khalil ...
Extra (as Khali Haval)
Steve Kline ...
Minister
Kasey Leiss ...
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Jackson Newman ...
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Meg Noyes ...
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Jaz Schoeneck ...
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Denise E. Schroeder ...
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Melody Sheldon ...
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Thomas Sheridan ...
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Jim Simmons ...
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John Simmons ...
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Wild Bill Simmons ...
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Stacey Stark ...
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Nick Vandenberg ...
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Don Vinkenberg ...
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Directed by

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Jim Fields

Written by

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Jim Fields ... ()

Produced by

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Jim Fields ... producer
Jason Getzschman ... executive producer
Chuck Martens ... producer
Joseph William Simmons ... producer

Music by

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Dereck Higgins

Cinematography by

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Guy White

Film Editing by

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Jim Fields

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Joe Harris ... assistant director

Art Department

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Shane Bainbridge ... original artwork
Brandon Engle ... original artwork
Tres Johnson ... original artwork
Corey Lundquist ... original artwork
Janet Mills ... original artwork

Sound Department

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Alfonzo Lee Jones ... sound editor
Rigobert Ngnoumen ... boom operator
Joseph William Simmons ... boom operator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Joseph William Simmons ... additional photography
Mark Thimijan ... additional photography

Animation Department

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Louise Anne Zacek-Baker ... graphic design

Music Department

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Glow In The Dark ... band: "Digital Lust"
Domestica ... band: "My Bones"
Dominique Morgan ... music performer: "Home for the Holidays"
The Renfields ... band: "Optimisim"
The Strange Attractors ... band: "Gym Membership"

Additional Crew

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Dominique Morgan ... creative consultant
Cody O'Grady ... production assistant
Jaz Schoeneck ... production assistant

Thanks

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Joann August ... special thanks
Margaret Austgen ... special thanks
Shane Bainbridge ... special thanks
Kelley Baker ... special thanks
Dorothy Booraem ... special thanks
Frank Bramlett ... special thanks
Royal Carleton ... special thanks
Matt Caswell ... special thanks
Neva Cozine ... special thanks
Jacob Daniel ... special thanks
Dusty Davidson ... special thanks
Domestica ... special thanks
Stephanie Elrod ... special thanks (as Stephanie Evans Elrod)
Jason Getzschman ... special thanks
Kevin Gibbs ... special thanks
Rob Gilmer ... special thanks
Ben Gothier ... special thanks
Misti Graber ... special thanks
Daniel Grzeskowiak ... special thanks
Aaron Gum ... special thanks
Jasmine Harris ... special thanks
Chad Haufschild ... special thanks
Drew Heckman ... special thanks
Joshua Heuman ... special thanks
Sherri Hieber-Racobs ... special thanks
Dereck Higgins ... special thanks
Tres Johnson ... special thanks
Alfonzo Lee Jones ... special thanks
Charlene Renae Kelly-Hill ... special thanks
Jae-eun Kim ... special thanks
Lindsey Knipe ... special thanks
Matthew Kucera ... special thanks
Glenda Kuster ... special thanks
Jonathan Lanz ... special thanks
Steve Lustgarten ... special thanks
Amanda Lynch ... special thanks
Moira Mangiameli ... special thanks
Chuck Martens ... special thanks
Brandon McKenzie ... special thanks
Scott McMahon ... special thanks
Malcolm Miles ... special thanks
Dominique Morgan ... special thanks
Cody O'Grady ... special thanks
Mitch Obrecht ... special thanks
Rene Orduna ... special thanks
Heidi Ore ... special thanks
Jaeduck Park ... special thanks
Shannon Parsons ... special thanks
Matt Peters ... special thanks
Jason Rezac ... special thanks
Dan Ricci ... special thanks
Kelli Scholer ... special thanks
Margaret E. Scoby ... special thanks
Daniel Selby ... special thanks
Brady Smith ... special thanks
Shane Sukstorf ... special thanks
Daniel Taradash ... special thanks
Jon Taylor ... special thanks
Pawl Tisdale ... special thanks
Becky Umland ... special thanks
Sam Umland ... special thanks
Ben Wallace ... special thanks
Nick Westra ... special thanks
Christine Whitlow ... special thanks
Julie Wisehart ... special thanks
Mindy-Lou Wood ... special thanks
Quanizia Wright ... special thanks
Christine Young ... special thanks
Jack Young ... special thanks
Louise Anne Zacek-Baker ... special thanks

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Plot Summary

Life After Ex is a new romantic comedy about searching for love after a gay divorce. Set in the months before the Supreme Court ruled to legalize same sex marriage nation-wide, Dylan Holm must put his life back together after his partner leaves him. However, Dylan is unable to file for a divorce, even though he and his partner were legally married in Iowa, because the state of Nebraska never recognized their marriage. Because of this, Dylan must move to Council Bluffs, Iowa, for a year to establish residency so he can file for divorce there. As Dylan begins to put his life back together and finds a new boyfriend, the Supreme Court rules to make same sex marriage legal all across the U.S.A. Now, Dylan is free to file for a gay divorce and remarry, but things aren't what they seem, and once the truth is revealed, Dylan is finally able to find happiness and true love at last. Written by F. Coppola

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  • 85 min
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