Four Corners of Suburbia 2005 NR

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Walt, a schoolteacher with a doting wife and two small girls, might seem to have it all. But when he meets Fiona, the lyrical world of his youth is reawakened, throwing into question the life he has chosen. Sensing trouble, his wife Rachel plans a romantic getaway weekend, but Walt has other ideas and invites his childhood friend Benjamin, a painter leading a cloistered existence in rural Vermont, for a rare visit. A run-in with friends sets in motion a chaotic weekend in which everyone must decide what they really want in life and what they're really willing to do to get it.

Starring:
Mark Abrue, Mädchen Amick
Runtime:
1 hour, 44 minutes

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Genres Drama
Director Elizabeth Puccini
Starring Mark Abrue, Mädchen Amick
Supporting actors Paul Blackthorne, Katie Carr, Neil Daly, Alice Evans, Tyler Maloney, Alec Newman, Brad Rowe, Letty Serra
Studio New Video
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Brad Smith on December 31, 2011
Format: DVD
Five people come together at a Maine vacation cottage for a short getaway and complications ensue. The married couple is on the verge of a breakup because they were never right for each other and the man has met someone new. Meanwhile, another couple of seemingly happy yuppies are really not so happy after all, and they break up right in the middle of things, with the guy sent home. That leaves the fifth wheel, who is the brother of the married guy. Their relationship is close but troubled. There's no action in this movie, only very long scenes of self-absorbed dialogue. It's a relationship piece. Some of the scenes are set at night, and they are extremely dark, probably because the budget was so low they could not afford decent set lighting. This is a pleasant little diversion, but not for action junkies.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nancy G. Hutchison on August 20, 2014
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I did not like it; I do not recommend it.
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