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Between Christmas and New Year's (2000)

PG | | Drama | 31 December 2000 (USA)
At his wit's end, Jimmy gives his life eight hours to collect more positive occurrences than negative ones or he'll end it all. He works as a superintendent in an old Hollywood apartment ... See full summary »

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May
Lubov Demchuk ...
Ukrainian woman
Richard Edkins ...
Richard
Daniel Escobar ...
Manager
Paul Gandolfo ...
Pauli
Pablo Garrahan ...
Guy #1
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Manager
Bert Kramer ...
Howard
Eric Larsen ...
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Stan Mazin ...
Dancer
Doug McDonald ...
Slick
Dominick Morra ...
Dancer
James Phillips ...
Jimmy
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Blue
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Lillian
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At his wit's end, Jimmy gives his life eight hours to collect more positive occurrences than negative ones or he'll end it all. He works as a superintendent in an old Hollywood apartment complex and spends this holiday afternoon dealing with the eccentric tenants, which are all along for the ride. www.blissing.com Written by Stefan Lysenko

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$94,975 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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An uplifting holiday film.
7 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

An excellent story, well acted and directed, leading to an uplifting ending after an odyssey through a series of humorous scenes where the main handyman character Jimmy seeks the meaning (or meaningfulness) of his life, after vowing suicide. Despite its tiny budget and limited production values, this film brings about the same emotional catharsis as films like HAROLD & MAUDE and LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE. It's funny, sad, involving, and memorable and takes the arena of minor Hollywood wanna-be's and has-been's and drifters and immigrants, and mixes them into a series of encounters that convinces Jimmy, that ...but I don't want to give the ending away. Your holidays will be happier after seeing this film.


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