Something, Anything

Something, Anything
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marta

I loved this film. A film of quiet desperation but with a twist.

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Pamela

ughhh that was torture to watch.

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Eunice

I was glad that Peggy/Margaret finally said something of substance at the end. I agree with the word "mesmerizing" for the film. I wouldn't know who to recommend it to either, but it kept me watching...and thinking... throughout. I never saw so many people, however, who were so stiff ...Read more

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Rene

Elegantly told drama of one persons search for their inner mystery.

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Leah

Beautiful story.

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Mahamed

wonderful

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Violeta

I expected more.Wasting time.

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- ac

Wonderful.

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David

Oh...and I suppose Mr. Derrick Washington should probably receive an honorable mention. This actor played the library's circulation attendant who checked out the films female lead Peggy, played by Ashley Shelton. Mr. Washington did a modest portrayal of his character in this low budget ...Read more

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Linda

Loved it. I agree with Roger Ebert, simple, unforgettable beauty.

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David

Linda, did not see Ebert's review, what did he say about Bryant!?

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Linda

If you click on the summary of the movie, in the 3rd paragraph is a partial quote from which I drew my reply. The quote was credited to Roger Ebert. Perhaps you'll find the full review at RogerEbert.com

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David

Okay Linda, thank you. I still can't stop talking about Bryant!

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David

Some might say mediocre acting in an otherwise fleeting film but pay close attention to a bright young beacon, actor David Bryant. This actor being new to the independent film scene plays it up well in a heartfelt performance for Self Reliant Films. Bryant is the library's zany doorman/slash ...Read more

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David

BRAVO..BRAVO..BRAVO..When you shake things up the cream certainly floats to the top! Hope to see David Bryant on the red carpet real soon!!!

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Olivia

A slow, mesmerizing film - I felt in a time warp watching this. I couldn't anticipate where Peggy would end up on her spiritual journey - back in the arms of her husband who offered all an ex-cheerleader could hope for.....or the more complicated route, but one that the viewer is convinced ...Read more

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David

Olivia, did you hear the buzz buzz that is going around about the new guy David Bryant!?

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