Four Corners of Suburbia (2005)

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A group of young adults spending a weekend together on a secluded island in Maine find themselves haunted by the choices they didn't make as they confront the meaning of love, friendship, ... See full summary »

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  • Mädchen Amick, Paul Blackthorne, and Alice Evans in Four Corners of Suburbia (2005)
  • Mädchen Amick, Paul Blackthorne, and Alec Newman in Four Corners of Suburbia (2005)
  • Mädchen Amick in Four Corners of Suburbia (2005)
  • Mädchen Amick, Brad Rowe, Paul Blackthorne, Alice Evans, Alec Newman, and Elizabeth Puccini in Four Corners of Suburbia (2005)
  • AFI Festival - Four Corners of Suburbia premiere

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22 January 2007 | ssusnjara
| An impressive debut
Four Corners of Suburbia is an impressive ensemble piece that tackles relationship issues with grace and intelligence. The writing--particularly the dialogue--is poetic and thought-provoking. The performances are absolutely riveting and kudos must be paid to Ms. Puccini for her skillful direction--clearly she is an actors' director. Marked by tight close-ups, the cinematography adds to the intimacy of the film. Lastly, the score is hauntingly beautiful. It was so refreshing to experience a film that delivers on both artistic and entertainment levels. This is a film stays with you. Needless to say, I am anxiously awaiting Ms. Puccini's next feature.

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$300,000 (estimated)

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