The Blue Hour

2007, Drama, 1h 33m

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This ensemble drama follows the hardscrabble lives of those living near the Los Angeles River. While spray-painting the concrete walls of the polluted waterway, Happy (Emily Rios) runs across Sal (Paul Dillon), a homeless man with an unexpected past. Elsewhere, Avo (Yorick van Wageningen) struggles to connect with his wife, Allegra (Alyssa Milano), after the death of their daughter. And a street performer (Clarence Williams III) and an elderly widower (Derrick O'Connor) try to find peace.

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