The Full Picture
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The Full Picture
Award winning playwright and filmmaker Jon Bowden makes makes his feature film debut with an honest and often comical story about how the secrets we keep are more revealing than the truths we tell. Like many guys, Mark Foster struggles with commitment,but given his past, he has good reason. Fifteen yearsago, his parents' scandalous divorce grabbed thepublic's attention and shattered Mark's ideas about marriage. Even worse, Mark and his charismaticbrother, Hal, were forced to pick sides and to thisday, disagree over whom to fault. Unfortunately, Markhas never shared any of this with… More

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"The story is stronger than the individual scenes, and the characters often talk like sitcom stars stuck in a drama. But there are moments of fun, with a particularly strong ending."
‑ Peter Hartlaub, San Francisco Chronicle
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