Shuffle

Overview

A man wakes up every day at a different stage in his life, and races to find a reason for his unusual predicament in this mind-bending psychological sci-fi thriller from director Kurt Kuenne (Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father).
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Overview

A man wakes up every day at a different stage in his life, and races to find a reason for his unusual predicament in this mind-bending psychological sci-fi thriller from director Kurt Kuenne (Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father).
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Special Features

Closed Caption; ; Trailer; Video Diaries from the Festival Circuit; Making-Of Documentary; Critically acclaimed Black and White Version
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 8/21/2012
  • UPC: 814838012766
  • Original Release: 2012
  • Rating:

  • Source: Screen Media
  • Time: 1:22:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 70,509

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
T.J. Thyne
Paula Rhodes
Chris Stone
Michelle Krusiec
Tamara Taylor
Technical Credits
Kurt Kuenne Director, Score Composer, Producer, Screenwriter
Dave Kuhr Producer
Chris Stone Producer
T.J. Thyne Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Shuffle
1. Shuffle [10:13]
2. Pay Attention [6:02]
3. Twenties [7:45]
4. Father [11:04]
5. No Kids [9:51]
6. Christmas [10:36]
7. Son [13:21]
8. New Start [7:40]
9. Credits [5:53]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Shuffle
   Play
      Play in Black & White (Director's Cut)
      Play in Color
   Bonus
      Film Festival Diaries
         Premieres at Hollywood - Heartland
         Filmmakers Symposium - St. Louis - San Diego
         Santa Barbara - Sedona - Cinequest
         Garden State - Cleveland - Phoenix
      Making Of Shuffle
      Official Trailer
   Chapters
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 27, 2012

    "Shuffle" is a fantastic independent film that reunite

    "Shuffle" is a fantastic independent film that reunites
    incredibly talented writer/director/composer Kurt Kuenne ("Dear
    Zachary: A Letter to a Son About his Father"); with the awesome
    creative team of Theatre Junkies production company
    ("Rent-A-Person"; "Slow"; "Phonebook")
    including lead actor TJ Thyne (Dr. Hodgins on "Bones";
    "Erin Brocovich"; "How High"; "Something's
    Gotta Give"; etc...) who all collaborated previously to create the
    YouTube sensation "Validation." This feature film has Thyne
    playing opposite a couple of his "Bones" castmates Tamara
    Taylor (Dr. Camille Saroyan) and Patricia Belcher (Caroline Justin) as
    well as newcomer Paula Rhoads who captivates with her sweetness. TJ
    portrays Lovell Milo, a man who wakes up on a different day at a
    different age in a different year of his own life and he wants this time
    jumping to stop until he learns that he has the chance to save a life.
    The story takes two major turns and delivers a very powerful message of
    life after loss, destiny, hope and optimism. Though clearly a low
    budget film, the movie takes viewers quickly through a story that never
    disappoints. This is helped greatly by the excellent work of Academy
    Award winner Barney Burnam ("Star Trek"; "Grimm")
    who ages tge cast to perfection from 21 to 94! Winner of dozens of
    awards in domestic and international film festivals, "Shuffle"
    is a must see!

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