Eighteen Movie Review 2004

Information and Film Reviews for Eighteen the Movie

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After leaving his dysfunctional family, Pip (Anthony) is living on the streets where his father (Houde) finds him when Pip turns 18. Dad hands his son a tape that his grandfather (McKellen) recorded about his own experiences at 18, which happened while he was a soldier during WWII. The flashbacks are the best part and, despite the "Pip" name, the story has nothing to do with Charles Dickens or "Great Expectations."

Distribution

TLA Releasing, 234 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19106, Phone: (215)733-0608, Toll-free: 800-333-8521, Fax: (215)733-0637, Email: sales@tlavideo.com, URL: http://www.tlareleasing.com

Available on DVD
Running time 101 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
World War II
Screenplay
Richard Bell
Cast
Paul Anthony, Brendan Fletcher, Carly Pope, Serge Houde, Clarence Sponagle, Thea Gill
Cinematography
Kevin Van Niekerk
Director
Richard Bell
Music
Bramwell Tovey

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