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Tilt (2003)

Director:

Lance Peverley

Writers:

Lance Peverley, Miguel de Cervantes y Saavedra (inspired by: "El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quijote De La Mancha")
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Braidwood ... Sam Penzer
John R. Taylor ... Don Quixote
Glenn Taranto ... Miguel Saavedra
Glen Barwise ... Newsstand Vendor - Welcome to Vancouver (as Glen D. Barwise)
Jason Dedrick Jason Dedrick ... Beggar - Welcome to Vancouver
Christine Knight Christine Knight ... Streetwalker - Welcome to Vancouver
Babs Chula ... Alda Lawrence - Cervantes' Bar (as Babz Chula)
C. Ernst Harth ... John - Cervantes' Bar
Michael Busswood Michael Busswood ... Hank - Cervantes' Bar
Michael Roberds ... Steve - Cervantes' Bar
Sheri-Lynn Day Sheri-Lynn Day ... Waitress - Cervantes' Bar
Jessica Earle Jessica Earle ... Child Prostitute ("A 'Parent' in Distress") (as Jesse Earle)
Ben Odberg Ben Odberg ... The Client ("A 'Parent' in Distress")
Patrick Stark Patrick Stark ... Thug Lance ("Don Quixote vs The Skinheads")
Shawn Stewart ... Thug Marty ("Don Quixote vs The Skinheads")
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Heroes realize their dreams. Sidekicks merely survive them.

Genres:

Drama | Short

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Official Sites:

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Country:

Canada

Release Date:

26 June 2004 (USA) See more »

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Color:

Color
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Closing dedication: For Our Fathers See more »

Soundtracks

It's Gotta Be You
Performed by Kim Jade Band
Written by Kim Jade & Nunzio Signore
Grooveshack Music (BMI) and NS Music (ASCAP)
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A new age Don Qu
27 March 2006 | by tancalvoSee all my reviews

Don Quixote originally conceived as a comic satire against the chivalric romances. By Miguel de Cervantes so to comment on this movie you have to know the back story. This new adaptation did a great job in a book that was originally in Spanish. You really have to take the time and watch the movie from start to finish and give it your full attention, and have read the book or know something about the old man…comment on it with out this is like going to the opera with out having read the back story. This is not your typical TNA movie. Very well done for the budget and first time director Lance Peverley. He may be an extra wrangler but we all have to start somewhere. Great job.


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