In/Significant Others Trailer

In/Significant Others Trailer (2010)

"Everybody uses everybody" 14 May 2010 Drama, Thriller 100 mins

A multi-narrative drama that navigates through the different lives of one city's residents, each of whom is connected to the same local homicide investigation. This ensemble cast of characters includes an Iraq War vet returned home to an emotionally disturbed wife, a new father living in the shadow of a successful older brother, a sister caught up in a web of addiction, and a cameraman who attempts to exploit the reality behind all of their stories, or at least his version of them. The search for truth becomes a life and death struggle as the subtle manipulation of all relationships is exposed.

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Angela Cooper

as Elizabeth

Shaun O'Rourke

as Boyfriend

Burgess Jenkins

as Bruce Snow

Tiffany Montgomery

as Salem Snow

Andrea Powell

as Christina Ludum

Brian Lafontaine

as Jack Rizzo

Ashlee Payne

as Leslie Rizzo

International Releases Dates

United States 14 May 2010

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