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The Cobblestone Corridor

USA 2015
produced by
Erik Bloomquist, Carson Bloomquist, Greg White (consulting), Raz Cunningham (consulting) for Mainframe Pictures, Watching Earth Productions, JWI Entertainment
directed by Erik Bloomquist
starring Erik Bloomquist, Madeleine Dauer, Nicholas Tucci, Adam Weppler, Alec Richards, Alex Sarrigeorgiou, Graham King, Ben Santiago, Conor M. Hamill, Michael Rabiej
written by Erik Bloomquist, music by Gyom Amphoux

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The Cobblestone Corridor

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Allan Archer (Erik C. Bloomquist), editor-in-chief of his prep-school's newspaper is probably the school's least liked kid: He's arrogant, lacking in the humour department, he's right too often for his own good, and he's a bit of a spoil-sport - but that said, he doesn't see life as a popularity contest, and he's good at what he does, running the newspaper, and being an investigative journalist. But when Lizzie (Madeleine Dauer) gives him a lead on a story, he almost turns her down - not because the story isn't good but because he didn't find the lead himself first. The story is about an English Lit teacher who has been fired from his department after ecstasy was found in his desk - but why would a high ranking teacher with more than 30 years of experience sink so low to sell ecstasy to students for petty cash? Unless of course the ecstasy was planted ...

As much as Archer hates to admit it, Lizzie has presented him with an intriguing story. It doesn't take Archer long to track down a suspect, either, Baker (Adam Weppler), the school's own dealer in exam papers and the like, but after sending him on the wrong trail, Baker gives Archer the slip, and now Archer has to do something else he never thought he would, ask a freshman (Alec Richards) for assistance. Eventually, they come nearer and nearer to the truth - a truth that's more troubling than Archer would have ever thought ...

 

While on the surface, The Cobblestone Corridor is most certainly a high school movie, it wastes exactly no time boring its audience with the exact same clichés seen in hundreds of other movies of the same type but focuses first and foremost on its thriller plot in a way more reminiscent to classic film noir than anything else, meaning it puts dialogue over action, story over spectacle, and relies on strong (if not always wholly likeable) characters, strong performances, and some slightly stylized scenes - and all that works, too.

Totally worth a look!

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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