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FULL SYNOPSIS

First time writer/director [[Performer~P621478~Jake Goldberger~jakegoldberger]] takes the helm for this thriller about a man who returns to his hometown after receiving a letter from his high school sweetheart, who claims to be dying. It's been 25 years since Don McKay ([[Performer~P195520~Thomas Haden Church~thomashadenchurch]]) turned his back on his hometown, and he never imagined he would ever return. But when a letter from his former girlfriend Sonny ([[Performer~P65475~Elisabeth Shue~elisabethshue]]) appears in Don's mailbox, he can't resist visiting his old flame one more time, before her light disappears forever. When Don comes home and realizes that his memories of Sonny don't match up with the woman she is now, it quickly becomes apparent that he harbors a shameful secret from years gone by. Meanwhile, Sonny's doctor ([[Performer~P59141~James Rebhorn~jamesrebhorn]]) and caretaker ([[Performer~P41835~Melissa Leo~melissaleo]]) don't warm quickly to the returning visitor, and a chance run-in suddenly compounds Don's buried secret. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

  • Release date:April 2, 2010

Cast

Thomas Haden Church
as Don McKay
Elisabeth Shue
as Sonny
Melissa Leo
as Marie
Pruitt Taylor Vince
as Mel
James Rebhorn
as Dr. Lance Pryce
M. Emmet Walsh
as Samuel
Keith David
as Otis
Robert Wahlberg
as Alfred
Lonnie Farmer
as Det. Ed Movitz
Bates Wilder
as Officer Tierney
Ted Arcidi
as Officer Randall
Rachel Harker
as Secretary
Dossy Peabody
as Cafeteria Worker
Lewis D. Wheeler
as Officier #1

Crew

Phil Parmet
Cinematographer
Jim Black
Musical Direction/Supervision
Gabe Hilfer
Musical Direction/Supervision
Andrew Dickler
Editor
Aleta Shaffer
Production Designer
David Denney
Co-producer
Thomas Haden Church
Executive Producer
Amy Strong
Set Decorator
Eyde Belasco
Casting
Brian Ricci
Stunts Coordinator
Chris Stinson
Line Producer
David Waters
Senior Producer
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