Where God Left His Shoes

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Overview

After months of living in an inner-city homeless shelter, Frank Diaz John Leguizamo receives an opportunity to get an apartment for his family on Christmas Eve. When Frank learns that he must first provide proof of employment before taking occupancy, he and his stepson set out to find the job that could become the first step in a whole new life.
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Overview

After months of living in an inner-city homeless shelter, Frank Diaz John Leguizamo receives an opportunity to get an apartment for his family on Christmas Eve. When Frank learns that he must first provide proof of employment before taking occupancy, he and his stepson set out to find the job that could become the first step in a whole new life.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/3/2009
  • UPC: 030306950792
  • Original Release: 2007
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  • Source: Ifc Independent Film
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:40:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 98,965

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Leguizamo Frank Diaz
Leonor Varela Angela Diaz
David Castro Justin
Samantha Rose Christina
Dave Salerno Aldo
Jerry Ferrara Vinny
Adriane Lenox Carita
Manny Perez Luis
Charles Dumas
Sakina Jaffrey
Technical Credits
Salvatore Stabile Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Paul G. Allen Executive Producer
Jeff Beal Score Composer
Michael Caldwell Producer
Vanja Cernjul Cinematographer
Sig De Miguel Casting
Rebecca Donaghe Co-producer
Daniel Edelman Producer
Tom Efinger Sound/Sound Designer
Petra Hoebel Executive Producer
Richard Hutton Producer
Judy Karp Sound/Sound Designer
Rosanne Korenberg Executive Producer
Chris Monte Editor
Jody Patton Executive Producer
Abigail Savage Sound/Sound Designer
Ernesto Solo Production Designer
Kaela Wohl Costumes/Costume Designer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Where God Left His Shoes
1. Main Title / Disappointing News [:09]
2. Eviction [8:31]
3. A Family in Need [4:19]
4. A New Start [5:25]
5. Asking for Help [11:32]
6. Searching for a Job [4:52]
7. You're Hired [8:41]
8. A Lost Opportunity [4:29]
9. Shoplifting [6:01]
10. Can You Spare Some Change? [5:42]
11. Hitting Bottom [7:20]
12. The Night Before Christmas [6:28]
13. You Can't Stay Here [7:45]
14. Family First [4:09]
15. Moving On [5:34]
16. End Credits [5:35]
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Where God Left His Shoes is totally worth seeing!

    The movie "Where God Left His Shoes is one of the best films I have seen in recent times. Many in today's hard economic times can relate to the plight of the family in the storyline. The acting by all is top notch. John Leguizamo plays Frank Diaz, who tries to make it as a boxer, but has fallen out of favor of his promoter. Now he must find another job to support his family. Leguizamo's action of Diaz's struggle and passion to do so is beautifully depicted. Leonor Varela play's Diaz's wife Cleopatra. She is trying to deal with both her husband's misfortunes, and the caring for her chidren of a former marriage. It takes a great toll on her. The children, played by David Castro and Samantha Rose show how struggling with the hard times of today can effect many who are of their ages. The viewer is kept on the edge of his/her seat from scene to scene, to what direction the fortunes of the Diaz family will take. The ongoing theme through all the ups and downs of the family is love, which is a great reminder for everyone.

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