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Broken Windows

Broken Windows
1:36:36 | 2008

Categories: Drama, Romance, Arts and Culture

Sara (Olyenik) is a photographer who is constantly being offered high paying commercial work, but is losing sight of her artistic nature that made her a success in the first place. Her best friend not only challenges her to go back to her roots, but he might very well be in love with her. Amy (Hall) suffers a loss that has changed her life. Her mother tries to help, her brother doesn't know what to do, and her father gets her to throw a party for her dead grandfather. Katie (Thompson) is an actress in an unpredictable relationship with a more successful, but less talented actor. She is trying to decide which path to follow with her career, and her boyfriend is only making things worse. Beth (Nash) is a psychiatrist who keeps her secrets hidden deep inside. By coincidence she ends up at a patient's party, and it causes her to open up in a new way. The stories come together and each show us a little bit about the human struggle we all deal with.

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David Mortimer
r********m
July 12, 2014
D
Not worth watching.
Anna Bryant
a********m
December 16, 2013
A-
curiosofilms
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December 15, 2013
A
Jo S
c********m
December 11, 2013
A
Sad movie - emotionally, that is.
Mitchell Schwartz
m********m
December 5, 2013
B-
Annie Wai
a********t
November 30, 2013
C+
I meant to give it a B. It was interesting, but Very West Coast lives and acting. So sad at the end they all go back for more of the same. Such searching for meaning .....the last couple do render hope. Many of the actors are so close to "stars" they seem like stand ins. The similarity in looks and acting of the women is confusing to the story for much of the beginning. The storyline is very jerky and much of the language trite, but that is what language has become. I most enjoyed the opening shot---the tunnel to the ocean-- but may be because I've been there. Also liked that the shot was a metaphor of the danger of seeking.
Leslie Gladden
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November 30, 2013
C
Christina
k********m
July 23, 2013
B
Drew Simels
i********m
July 19, 2013
D
Couples in relationships in contemporary Southern California collide at yearly party given in honor of dead grandfather. Adequate acting performances cannot achieve anything with poorly written script. Songs by various recording artists could be hunted down and listened to independent of this negative movie experience.
Jamia
j********m
July 11, 2013
B+
Fitz-Gerald Cushnie
f********m
July 2, 2013
B