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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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Credited cast:
William C. McCallum ...
Roger
Barb Dalman ...
Ginger
Erik J. Keener ...
Ben
Mackenzie Beckman ...
Carrie
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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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Lead actor William McCallum was nominated for best actor at the Eclipse Awards. While, he did not win, the winner acknowledged the fine job he did and claimed the award should have been William's. See more »

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Like a Bullet
Written by Amy Jo Roberts
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A Very Solid Film
8 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

This movie has a very well-developed central character, great supporting cast and surprisingly solid soundtrack for an independent production. Without going into spoiler details, the movie deals with life's unavoidable realities -- a long lost, but never forgotten past, the redemptive quality of human relationships, our inescapable mortality and inexhaustible ability to love -- it treats all these subjects with equal parts humor, dignity and somberness. It's a solid film that I'd recommend...and I'm used to watching much more big budget, yet less substantive Hollywood productions.


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