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On_Line (2002)

R | | Drama | January 2002 (USA)
John, a computer whiz on the rebound from a disastrous break-up, starts an adult Internet site with his roommate, Moe. They are soon caught up in the erotic nature of the chat sessions they... See full summary »

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1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Cast

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John Roth
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Moira Ingalls
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Al Fleming
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Jordan Nash
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Ed Simone
Liz Owens ...
Angel
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Ed's Roommate (as Badge Dale)
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Butterscotch Guy (as Ali Farahnakian)
Steve Cuiffo ...
Final Exit Chatter 'Kevorkian'
Helen Pickett
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Final Exit Chatter 'So Do It'
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Storyline

John, a computer whiz on the rebound from a disastrous break-up, starts an adult Internet site with his roommate, Moe. They are soon caught up in the erotic nature of the chat sessions they host, changing both their lives. Written by Anonymous

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You're Never Alone

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Drama

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Release Date:

January 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

On Line  »

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$25,658, 29 June 2003, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$165,974, 28 December 2003
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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

Feature film debut of Vanessa Ferlito. See more »

Goofs

Jordon drops her wine glass while she is talking to John Roth. In the next shot, the glass is back on the table, full of wine. See more »

Quotes

Moe Curley: [Moe is congratulating John for having an intense online session with Jordan] She is going to fuck you in half!
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Well made indie film, the director deserves credit for a good movie
1 June 2005 | by See all my reviews

Well put together film that actually is very accurate. This is a very interesting genre when you consider such flops like feardot.com which actually aren't accurate, stupid, and silly. Here we have a real movie with surprising good acting and not to mention *OUT-STANDING* soundtrack. One of the better indie films that really deserves a viewing. A very key thing to point out about this film is the pace is rather good. The development of each player in the movie is well done, we really do feel for everyone which is not an eask task in 1 1/2 hours. Its easy to make a movie about this content and show unrealistic screenshots on the computer, this was also another area that was real and honest.

My only grip is would they please release a ANAMORPHIC VERSION of this DVD!! :)

good job Jed Weintrob


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