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Somewhere Slow (2014)

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When Anna Thompson gets mixed up in a convenience store robbery, she makes a split-second decision to walk out of her life and into the unknown. On her travels, she meets Travis, a teenage drifter on his own journey of self-discovery. Somewhere Slow shines light on how sometimes we must learn to break our own rules to find the lives we've been yearning to live.


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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: January 31st, 2014 (Limited) by Screen Media Films
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 96 minutes
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Keywords: Road Trip, Mid-Life Crisis, Romance, Coming of Age
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Logolite Entertainment, D Street Films, Lady in the Tree Productions, Tax Free Films
Production Countries: United States

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Jeremy O Keefe
Producer    Michael Anderson
Producer    Christopher Sepulveda
Producer    Jessalyn Gilsig
Producer    Jeremy O Keefe
Executive Producer    Dexter Davis
Executive Producer    Joseph Norton
Executive Producer    Adriana M. Trevino
Executive Producer    Graham Patrick Martin
Executive Producer    David Nyblom
Executive Producer    Wendy Benge
Co-Producer    Bliss Katopothis
Co-Producer    Istvan Criste
Co-Producer    Tatiana S. Riegel
Editor    Brian Voelkerding
Editor    Marilyn McMahon Adams
Cinematographer    Justin Talley
Composer    Barry J. Neely
Costume Designer    Tasha Goldthwait
Production Designer    Lee Tosca

Limited Releases: Best Week Ever?

January 31st, 2014

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It's a rather busy week for limited releases, but not a good week. There are a couple of films that are earning overwhelmingly good reviews, 12 O'Clock Boys and Tim's Vermeer, but there are more films earning terrible reviews. The limited release I'm most interested in are the 2014 Oscar Shorts. This year they are split into four films (live action, animated, and two for the documentaries) and should easily be the biggest limited release of the weekend. The total combined reviews are 30 positive and only 4 negative. More...

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