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Archie's Final Project (2010)

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Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 10th, 2010 (Limited) by Self Distributed
Running Time: 105 minutes
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Keywords: Coming of Age, Visual Effects, Suicide, Mental Illness, Romance, High School Hell, Posthumous Release, Breaking the Fourth Wall, Dysfunctional Family
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Interscope Films, Luminaria Films, Red Rover Films, Archie Films, Regenerate
Production Countries: United States


   Archie Williams
   Sierra Silver
David Carradine    Jesse Gabriel Vargas
Joe Mantegna    Dr. Gafur Chandrasakar
Mariel Hemingway    Charlotte Silver
Nora Dunn    Grechen Williams

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    David Lee Miller
Producer    Larry Janss
Producer    Todd Traina
Producer    Eric J. Adams
Executive Producer    Jimmy Iovine
Executive Producer    Polly Anthony
Executive Producer    Harold Ramis
Executive Producer    Julia Pistor
Executive Producer    Karen Dean Fritts
Executive Producer    Ken Hertz
Executive Producer    Michael McDonough
Executive Producer    Alana Kagan
Executive Producer    Karyn Rachtman
Executive Producer    Steven Jay Rubin
Screenwriter    David Lee Miller
Screenwriter    Eric J. Adams
Screenwriter    Gabrial Sunday
Story Creator    David Lee Miller
Story Creator    Jordan J. Miller

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