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Buffalo (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama | 12 January 2015 (USA)
Shaken by the sudden death of his ex-wife, Roger steals a cab from his job and sets out to find the son he hasn't seen in more than thirty years.

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William C. McCallum ...
Roger
Barb Dalman ...
Ginger
Erik J. Keener ...
Ben
Mackenzie Beckman ...
Carrie
Sineh Wurie ...
Paul
Shelley Irwin ...
Julie
Denis Link ...
Denis
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Doctor #1 (voice)
Chuck Harb ...
Chuck
Todd E. Karinen ...
Lorenzo
Dennis Khaye ...
Cab Customer
Linda Linsley ...
Funeral Mourner
Ryan McGregor ...
Ryan
Dominic Joseph Nepa ...
Cemetary Attendee (as Dominic Nepa)
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Funeral Attendee
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Shaken by the sudden death of his ex-wife, Roger steals a cab from his job and sets out to find the son he hasn't seen in more than thirty years.

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Roger only started living, once he knew he was dying.

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At age 15, Ryan McGregor was run over by a truck being driven by his brother. See more »

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Hey Jake
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Written by Sam Corbin
Performed by The Lincoln County Process
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great movie
7 March 2015 | by (lansing mich usa) – See all my reviews

very moving film about a man going to the funeral of the wife he abandoned 30 years before. roger is a very interesting character study. loner cab driver with a heart of gold. William McCallum gives a bravado performance as Roger. the tag line "roger only started living once he learned he was dying" fits perfectly. This film is deeply touching, humorous, sad and happy all at once. Michael McCallum directs in a manner that gets the best out of all the performers. Scooter the dog gets a nod for best supporting actor. The cast does an admirable job with some tough subject matter. The soundtrack is also top-notch. For a locally produced picture, it provides the depth of a big budget Hollywood picture. The entire cast and crew did an amazing job.


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