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Greasewood Flat (2003)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Drama | 29 January 2015 (USA)
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This is the story of "Johnny", a struggling blues musician estranged from both his family and the country roots he left behind. Faced with endless dead-end gigs and his own loss of passion ... See full summary »

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Abbey
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Fred
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Henry
Chip Adams ...
Johnny
Allison Stander-Marley ...
Claire
Jamie Johnsen-Brigham ...
Sarah
Virginia Hawkins ...
Janette
Lee McLaughlin ...
Jim
Ross Collins ...
Mr. Pines
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Jayne (as Nikki Arlyn)
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Police Officer
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Guy in G-String
Ken Love ...
L.A. Businessman
Randy Murzynski ...
Club Manager
Christina Surrano ...
Sandy
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This is the story of "Johnny", a struggling blues musician estranged from both his family and the country roots he left behind. Faced with endless dead-end gigs and his own loss of passion for the music he once thought was his life, he finds himself returning home to the three generations of women that he left behind. Written by Anonymous

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Touching, moving and very entertaining! The film left its mark!
29 January 2005 | by (Chandler, Arizona) – See all my reviews

First of all, let me say WOW!!!! I LOVED the film!!! I felt such a range of emotions - and just the right amount of each emotion to be entertained and engrossed throughout this entire fabulous portrayal of true life. Excellent script, wonderful performances, great cinematography, awesome music, and superb direction. I was moved. Each actor told their character's "story" so clearly. I first saw "Greasewood Flat" at its premiere at the Harkins Valley Art Theatre in Tempe, Arizona in October 2004, and have "replayed" several of the scenes in my head many times since. I really can't say enough about "Greasewood Flat." It's truly left its mark on me.


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