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Letting Go 2012

NR
4.4 out of 5 stars (5) IMDb 6.5/10

Joel Slater has a hard time 'letting go' of anything and when his gorgeous, demanding girlfriend considers leaving to start a new life without him, Joel is forced to take a serious look at his life. His Boss expects the world of him and has no sense of boundaries, but he's Joel's closest friend. His most important client is a sociopath....but he pays the bills.

Starring:
Jake Torem, Shirly Brener
Runtime:
1 hour, 23 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Drama, Romance
Director Jake Torem
Starring Jake Torem, Shirly Brener
Supporting actors Luca Bercovici, Greg Baker, Christopher Knight, David Foster, Sam Golzari, Jade Henham, Lincoln Hoppe, Natalie Raitano, Eliza Roberts, Peter Scolari, Franklin Ojeda Smith, Todd Stashwick, Bokeem Woodbine, James Babson, Tom Choi, Cristina Cimellaro, Jaymes Foster-Levy, Griff Furst
Studio Osiris Entertainment
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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By Diana Mcmanus on March 9, 2014
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I love the dogs in this film although it isn't about the dogs. It's about grief, but the dogs help to heal the heart and touch one's soul in this sentimental story about a man grieving from the loss of his father.
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This is a heartfelt and unique film about a guy, Joel, who's desperately seeking happiness and satisfaction in his life. His relationship is on the rocks, he struggles to find the balance between his career and his personal life, and on top of that he has three large and high maintenance dogs. I really enjoyed this film for its honesty and relatable material about coming to terms with life.
Source: criticnic.com 19 January 2013
Disclosure: Film sent by Osiris Entertainment
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In Letting Go, we meet Joel played by Jake Torem who lives with his super crazy girlfriend April who although played by Shirley Brener, I can't not see Heather Graham's face.

Joel's life is coming apart. Between, his girlfriend, his three big dogs, his boss, his life, everything is insane and he thoughtfully seeks therapy. The therapist helps Joel break down the barrier that has been holding him back from being truly happy with his life.

Looking for something different check out Letting Go. I was surprised to see Peter Brady, I mean Christopher Knight and Bosom Buddy Peter Scolari; faces I haven't seen in forever.

The movie and acting, especially by Torem, is very well done and full of little side stories especially Joel's relationship with his parents, especially his father.
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Good, sad at times, but also made no sense at times. The dogs were the best part. So a good show for dog lovers.
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Of course, I'm going love this movie; my late Rottweiler is in it, "Goliath". For more info check out blog "Finding Rachel" by Jake Torem.
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