Santa Fe Trailer

Santa Fe Trailer (1997)

01 January 1997 Drama

Paul Thomas is an ex-cop who happened to be the sole survivor of a mass cult suicide in Wyoming. He returns to his home town of Santa Fe in order to put his life back together. However, soon he realizes that his ex-wife is sucked into new-age philosophies. Trying to save his daughter from the cults, he finds self-help guru Eleanor who happens to be a very attractive woman.

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Tina Majorino

as Crystal Thomas

Gary Cole

as Paul Thomas


Andrew Shea


International Releases Dates

United States 01 January 1997

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