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USA 2020
produced by
Carlos Funes, Lancelot E. Theobald jr, Angela Rostic, Louie Torrellas, Dennis Feitosa (executive), Lauren Francesca (executive), Frederick Sciretta (executive) for American Street Films, Loco Dreams
directed by Frederick Sciretta
starring Lindsay Johnson, Eric Roberts, Lancelot E. Theobald jr, Angela Rostic, Mel Hunter, Shawnette Hamilton-Robertson, Jasmin Frankel, Lois Simon, Lauren Francesca, Albe Black, Tali Tadmor, Zara H. Phillips, Heather Ashley, Galen Wesson, Bill Dawes, Dennis Feitosa, Jeffrey Gurian, Frederick Sciretta, Jefferson Wong, Elaine Sionov, Nichole O'Connor, Sarah Cohen, Berta Bolotovsky, Deborah Gerofsky, Fred James, Willie Anderson, Mike Macchia, Yosef Brodsky
written by Frederick Sciretta, music by Zach Marsh

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Eddie (Lindsay Johnson) is a young man with a dream - but despite his talents and all the best efforts from his mentor Reynolds (Eric Roberts), he's career is going nowhere fast. And while his mother (Angela Rostic) and sister (Shawnette Hamilton-Robertson) support him every step along the way, his father (Mel Hunter) is dead set against his career choice, and is so insistant that he takes a "real job" that Eddie eventually sees himself forced to move out from home - until of course his father loses his "real job", and now it's expected of Eddie to provide for the family and start working at a hospital, effectively putting his dreams on hold.

Eddie's best friend, fellow actor Johnny (Lancelot E. Theobald jr), has a different approach to his career, one that involves going to lots of parties, and having lots of affairs, something that gets him into trouble frequently but also keeps him afloat. One day he gets Eddie to accompany him to a party where Eddie meets lovely Lili (Jasmin Frankel), and for both it is love at first sight, and they're soon going steady. But then Eddie's professional career hits a lucky turn as he gets a ten week engagement out of town. And what's better, he can actually transfer his job to his dad, so everything should be fine ... it just isn't, as before leaving Eddie has impregnated Lili, whose rich family orders her to break up all contact with him. So Eddie really learns about her pregnancy only shortly before she gives birth, and now he needs to decide whether or not he still wants to, he still can follow his dream ...


Eddie is a rather compelling drama - basically because it doesn't try to be and rather underplays its dramatic moments and goes for a slice-of-life approach that makes it easy for the audience to identify with the trials and tribulations the title character goes to on an emotional level, also because everybody who has once dreamed or even still follows one's dream will see onefelf in Eddie. And of course, a strong, relatable ensemble cast also helps with this, making this a rather powerful watch.


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