Belongings (2005) - Watch Online. Directed by Thomas Cznarty

Genres Drama     Short    
Writers Thomas Cznarty
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 17 min
Plot ... search for Belongings on IMDb

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    Directed by Thomas Cznarty. With Deydra Bordoy, Etienne Granier, Marty Heresniak, Isaac Jordan. After her six year old sons death, Katherine Berman's life is spinning out of control. After a series of events, She takes drastic action in an attempt to improve her situation only to find herself ...

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