A Reason to Live (2009)

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Jake goes to the park everyday struggling for a reason to live. Today could be the day his struggle comes to an end.


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7 February 2009 | WaleedAlTelbany
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| Superb Performance by Todd Senofonte!
I have always known Todd Senofotne as Jean-Claude Van Damme's main double and as an action actor! He proved he is the best there is. But now, the guy has just thrilled me with his new acting talent. I have seen him doing action and comedy... Now, in A Reason to Live, I say his dramatic abilities are AWESOME!

This film is about a man who lost his wife and child to a tragic accident. One day, while at the park thinking about killing himself, he notices the two men that "killed" his wife and kid are running around the park. From that day on he goes to the park everyday to watch them. After a few days he begins to talk with his father (a ghost). After awhile he decides that today is the day. He kills them and then himself.

2 Top 25 Film Festival Selections: - - 2008 Short Film Accolade Honorable Mention Award - 2009 Trail Dance Film Festival Official Selection.

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