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Exodus Fall (2011)

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Set in 1974 Texas, Exodus Fall tells the story of three teen siblings struggle with the death of their father and try to live with their abusive mother. When one of the teens is sent away because the mother can't cope with his autism, the oldest of the siblings devises a plan to get their brother back and embark on a life changing adventure across the Southwest in their deceased father's station wagon. In their attempt to find their grandmother's home thousands of miles away, they find themselves confronted with detours that ultimately slow them down, but thrust them into a coming of age journey to be remembered.


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33% - Rotten
75% - Upright

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: April 8th, 2011 (Limited) by Oakhurst Pictures
Running Time: 92 minutes
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Keywords: Coming of Age, Road Trip, Baseball, Dysfunctional Family, Addiction, Medical and Hospitals, Mental Illness
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Historical Fiction
Production Companies: Gorilla Pictures, Brainstorm Media, Kohli-Waterhouse
Production Countries: United States


Dee Wallace    Shirley
Christopher Atkins    Wayne
Adrien Finkel    Charlotte
Alexander Carroll    Travis
Leo Rossi    Ford
Duane Whitaker    Marty

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Chad Waterhouse
Producer    Sudarshan Kohli
Producer    Ankush Kohli
Executive Producer    Kumkum Kohli
Executive Producer    Sameer Kohli
Associate Producer    Adriana Lacorte
Director of Photography    Denis Maloney
Line Producer    Michael Baumgarten
Editor    Mitchel Stanley
Composer    Boris Zelkin
Composer    Deeji Mincey
Casting Director    Gerald I. Wolff
Casting Director    Christine Joyce

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April 8th, 2011

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