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No Postage Necessary (2017)

Sam, a brilliant computer hacker seeking a better life, always seems to make the wrong choices, even under the watchful eye of his probation officer, Harry. Now, barred from using the ... See full summary »

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Sam
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Josie
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Stanley
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Harry
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Jack
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Agent Ames
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Daisy
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Pat the Bartender
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Larry
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Rachel
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Gareth
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Barb
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Main Street Pedestrian
Evelyn Gutierrez ...
Restaurant Patron
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Sam, a brilliant computer hacker seeking a better life, always seems to make the wrong choices, even under the watchful eye of his probation officer, Harry. Now, barred from using the Internet and stuck working fast food with his best friend and fellow hacker, Stanley, Sam poses as a Postal Worker, stealing people's mail to make ends meet. Until one letter changes everything. Written by the beautiful Josie to her dead husband, a Marine killed in Afghanistan, the heart-wrenching missive wakes something in Sam. Desperate to become worthy of such love, he begins following Josie and stealing more letters, until finally finding the courage to introduce himself. As Sam and Josie grow closer, she warms to the possibility of a new life as he's reminded of the values left behind in childhood. But fate shows its hand when Sam's past catches up with him in the form of an aggressive FBI agent and missing Bitcoins. When Josie discovers the truth, she must decide if the betrayal will force her back...

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Love, letters, and computer hackers.

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Comedy | Drama

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Raymond J. Barry (Jack) and Michael Beach (Harry) have both appeared in The 100 as President Dante Wallace and Charles Pike, respectively. See more »

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