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Wednesday, June 13, 2012 • Posted June 13, 2012

About

Impasse is the lyrical story of six souls who have withdrawn from life, and the small but precious events that trigger their re-engagement with the world.

Description

“Creating Impasse was a collaborative effort of writers, actors, technical crew and artists,” said Director Rodger Marion. “The result is a charming experience that delves into how we can drop into those dark places of immobility and stay there practically unaware we are deep in a rut. When we are ready to dig ourselves out, some event kicks us into action and life gets going again.”

Release Date - Fall 2011

Genre - Drama

Studio - Smith Creek Studios

Plot Outline

Ever felt that life has a knack of finding you, no matter where you are? In this original film, a visual treat directed by Hill Country resident Rodger Marion, small events trigger a re-engagement with the world and six characters come alive in new ways. As the film opens, four sisters, played by Lee Coleé, Carla Daws, Melinda Ellison and Gina McClure, are secluded at a defunct B&B in the Texas Hill Country. A drifter (John Daws) and a little girl (Genevieve Hodge) walk the road and into their lives. Each one will make new choices that move them through their life’s impasses.

Awards

Selected for Seguin Film Festival, Nov. 2011

Starring

John Daws - Wendell, Genevieve Hodge - Mouse, Gina McClure - Moselle, Carla Daws - Cassandra, Lee Coleé - Auria, Melinda Ellisor - Hortense

Directed By Rodger Marion

Screenplay By Carla Daws, John Daws, Gina McClure, Rodger Marion. Story by Carla Daws

Produced By Stock Movie Company

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