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Moon Point


Anchor Bay Entertainment Canada and Indiecan Entertainment are thrilled to launch Moon Point on DVD in Canada on August 7, 2012

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Moon Point (2011)

87 minutes min - Comedy - 22 September 2011
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"Moon Point" is the charming, quirky story of Darryl Strozka, an ambitionless 24-year old who travels hundreds of miles in a wagon hooked onto the back of his friend’s electric wheelchair. He embarks on this quest in hopes of tracking down Sarah Cherry, his elementary school crush, now an obscure B-movie actress shooting a horror film in Moon Point. Darryl believes that taking Sarah to his cocky cousin’s upcoming wedding will finally prove to his family that he isn’t as worthless as they make him out to be.

Director:  Sean Cisterna
Writers:  Robert Lazar

Tagline: Love is the destination. Embrace the detours

Genres: Comedy


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Country:   Canada
Language:  English
Release Date:  22 September 2011

Company Credits

Production Companies:  Federgreen Entertainment

Technical Specs

Runtime:  1 h 27 min
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