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The Doorstep (2005)

Year after year, Carl's dreams of somehow making amends have shattered against the iron and concrete of prison. What happened to that little girl he left fatherless? A thousand times he's ... See full summary »

Directors:

Brian Paul, Jason Nacey (co-director)

Writer:

Brian Paul
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Cast

Credited cast:
Stefania Barr ... Hailey
Kimberly Cooper Kimberly Cooper ... Hailey's Mother
Natalie Dallimore Natalie Dallimore ... Hailey Grown Up
K. Danor Gerald ... Carl
Randall Malin ... Bus Attendant & Executioner
Walter Platz ... Vick
Kassi Sablatura Kassi Sablatura ... Haily's Daughter
William Thompson William Thompson ... Carl's Brother
Mark Webb ... Hailey's Father
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Year after year, Carl's dreams of somehow making amends have shattered against the iron and concrete of prison. What happened to that little girl he left fatherless? A thousand times he's dreamed of making it to her doorstep. And then, after twenty long years, Carl's jail cell opens. Written by Brian Paul

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A penitent man is released from prison after many years and decides to visit the woman whose father he murdered.

Genres:

Short | Crime | Drama

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 January 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Budget:

$4,200 (estimated)
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Festival Presence
6 June 2007 | by danorgeraldSee all my reviews

The film has been accepted into the ACE film Festival in NY.

It deserves some broader distribution b/c of the exceptional production value.

The film seems to carry a lot of emotional weight for the audiences who watch it, and it is visually crisp and pleasing.

I've been working with film directors at the Sundance Film Institute and other directors of high report in features for Disney, and indie's as well.

I look forward to hearing how a discriminating NY audience will react to the it.


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