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Behind the Scenes of 'House of Sand and Fog' (2004)



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Credited cast:
Shohreh Aghdashloo ... Herself
Jonathan Ahdout ... Himself
Jennifer Connelly ... Herself
Roger Deakins ... Himself
Andre Dubus III ... Himself
Ron Eldard ... Himself
Ben Kingsley ... Himself
Michael London ... Himself
Vadim Perelman ... Himself
Jeremiah Samuels Jeremiah Samuels ... Himself


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Release Date:

30 March 2004 (USA) See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Twists and turns, illustrating the domino effect of consequences
15 June 2006 | by deorwinSee all my reviews

I've heard good things about this film before watching it, and I have a knack for picking out foreshadow and predicting where the movie is going. This film did an amazing job of foreshadowing because there was nothing obvious about it. It's a story of how our lives will cross other lives and then everything changes, sometimes for the better, sometimes tragically. This film can galvanize someone with a gift of intuition, and even for those with no such gift, it will surprise you with its twists and unpredictability. If you are a compassionate person like me, then let me urge you to see this film, and let it broaden your heart and mind for what could happen to just about anybody, and bring out "the good Samaritan" in you.

I rated this film 8 out of 10 because I felt that the film lacked a little closure. A film like this introduces many characters and leaves you with too many questions about them at the end of the film. This is something that I personally don't like, but that is just my opinion and to the contrary might be something stimulating for the next person.

This film has made me more aware of how little it takes for the course of our lives to be permanently altered. I believe that this film also illustrates possible consequences of stubbornness, compulsiveness, greed, among many others and also illustrates how these things can even be consequences of something else. Thus why I summarize that this film illustrates the domino effect of consequences and that life is determined by all the choices we make, whether small or big, all along the way.

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