Resilience (2006)

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Movie Info

In a stark Los Angeles motel room, a man named Jimmy begins a series of unusual encounters with a call girl. Across town, in the Rampart district, Jimmy's uncle, Hodge, struggles to get by in a dank, run-down flat. When Jimmy tries to help his uncle, he unearths a bitter feud between Hodge and his son. Jimmy sets out to ease the hostility between them but in the process finds himself in a position to prevent one of their murders. What seems like an easy decision turns into an intense moral dilemma when Jimmy realizes he is being dragged down by these men and their rage, with no end in sight. Prevent the murder and Jimmy's trouble's continue. Allow the murder and he returns to his normal life. "Resilience" takes you into the life of a man torn between adversity and cruelty.
Rating:
NR
Genre:
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Studio:
Lost Battalion Films

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Cast

Al Rossi
as Hodge
Steve Wilcox
as Andrew
Amy Arce
as Smith
Kristen Davidson
as Garnette
Ryan Radis
as Jack
Wendy Louise
as Lauren
Brad Light
as Caleca
Phil Ward
as Jerry Bennett
Eric Cadora
as Mr. Moore
Kevin Goulet
as Mechanic
Ron Dickinson
as Thorpe
Steve Full
as Caleca's Brother
Tom Kiesch
as Zimmer
Michael Rohner
as Car Stereo Manager
Trinidad Zeus Nizelli
as Thorpe's Thug
Jose Solomon
as Man in Bar
Elizabeth Hope
as Bartender #1
Mark Fedor
as Bartender #2
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Critic Reviews for Resilience

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (3)

Arthouse audiences who welcome challenging material will find sustenance in film's fractured narrative and unflinching characterizations.

Full Review… | October 9, 2007
Variety
Top Critic

Paul Bojacks dour examination of unexamined lives is a slow-burning morality tale simmering with self-interest.

December 14, 2006
New York Times
Top Critic

It hurts to rag on something with such a micro-budget, but writer-director Paul Bojack's overlay of stories runs on empty.

December 12, 2006
Village Voice
Top Critic

Resilience moves at a slow, realistic pace, drawing viewers into the story by revealing tiny pieces of it rather than spoon-feeding the audience its plot.

Full Review… | December 12, 2006
Film Threat

Audience Reviews for Resilience

I've fucked Amy Arce numerous times. She does prostitution out of her apartment in the afternoons. She's pretty much a fat ass now and an actress (if you want to call her that) who has totally hit bottom. Living life as a hooker

Jake Pearson
Jake Pearson

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