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A teenager finds himself torn between his loyalty to his friends and possibly destroying his own future in this drama. Danny Peter Facinelli is a high school senior who has been offered a chance to play football for a college scholarship; while the offer is tempting, at the same time he doesn't want to leave his girlfriend behind. However, all the bets in his life are off when one of his best friends shoots his father, who had a history of violence. Danny and his friends know their buddy would not survive in ...
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A teenager finds himself torn between his loyalty to his friends and possibly destroying his own future in this drama. Danny Peter Facinelli is a high school senior who has been offered a chance to play football for a college scholarship; while the offer is tempting, at the same time he doesn't want to leave his girlfriend behind. However, all the bets in his life are off when one of his best friends shoots his father, who had a history of violence. Danny and his friends know their buddy would not survive in prison, so they steal the body and try to hide all the evidence before the police get wise. Their plan proves to be neither as simple or as effective as they hoped. End of Innocence features a strong supporting cast, including Amy Irving, Chris Isaak, and Tom Arnold.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/5/2005
  • UPC: 783722715222
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: Allumination
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Peter Facinelli Danny
Rodney Eastman Aaron
Will Estes Taz
Jay R. Ferguson Shane
Heather Stephens
Garvin Funches
Brent Jennings
Chris Isaak
Tom Arnold
Amy Irving
Technical Credits
James Rowe Director, Screenwriter
Robert Baruc Executive Producer
Gary John Constable Production Designer
Raul Davalos Editor
Peter Glatzer Producer
Paul S. Mezey Co-producer
Galt Niederhoffer Producer
Randy Simon Executive Producer
Laurel Smith Casting
Jonathan "Earl" Stein Sound/Sound Designer
Christopher Walling Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Friday Night [13:05]
2. Father's Temper [10:27]
3. Aaron's Breaking Point [15:40]
4. Crow's Feed & Tack [8:14]
5. Loopy Story [14:11]
6. Football Dreams [9:30]
7. Little Shepherd [15:12]
8. Time to Run [12:51]
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      Daddy Who?
      Bitter Harvest
      Sorted
   Settings
      Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround
      Dolby Digital Stereo
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Worth it

    This is one of those Southern dramas that never get the attention it deserves,one of those movies you just happen to see on the shelf one day at your rental store and pick it up. This movie was made in 1999, but the DVD just came out in 2005, so I had never even heard of this gem. If you've ever seen Very Bad Things then you can get an idea of how out-of-control the situation gets in this film, and it makes for some really good drama. Give this one a spin in your player.

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