Mr. Atlas (1997)


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A young boy accidentally falls into a deep hole and finds himself face-to-face with the Greek god Atlas.

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11 October 1999 | berelul
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| a great film for all ages shot here in Utah
If you're looking for a Hollywood action packed kid-flick with the common bad language and violence this may not be the film to sit down for. If you're on the other hand interested in watching a film with youre children that has actually some values like showing the importance of friendship and truth this is the film to watch. Looking at the program guide this is obviously what millions of other viewers have found. Not many low-budget independent films have ever been aired as much as Mr. Atlas. The film is actually very funny as well as warm hearted and shows some beautiful locations masterfully captured by the sharp eye of the obvious brilliant cinematographer Suki Medencevic. Also if you're interested in looking at a muscular fellow with good looks the ladies can get an eye full. Let's support those who make good childrens film buy buying their videos and watching their products on TV. Enjoy

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English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Heber City, Utah, USA

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