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NightLights (2014)

R | | Drama | 15 August 2014 (USA)
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Erin Logan lives with and provides for her twin brother Jacob, who is severely affected by autism. After she stumbles into chances for love and friendship, she is forced to confront what it... See full summary »

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Erin Logan
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Jacob Logan
Kate Black-Spence ...
Nicole
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Gina
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Tim
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Jenny
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Medic #1
Peter ten Brink ...
Bobby
Justin James Farley ...
Medic #2
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Kevin
Samson Sando ...
Dave
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Caryn Logan
Bridget M. Brown ...
Claire
Marta Loren ...
Pedestrian #2
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Erin Logan lives with and provides for her twin brother Jacob, who is severely affected by autism. After she stumbles into chances for love and friendship, she is forced to confront what it means to have a good life, and whether she can care for her brother and for herself at the same time. Written by Keaton Wooden, and David Midell

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(Rated R for language throughout including sexual references, and some violence.)
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$250,000 (estimated)

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$600 (USA) (4 November 2016)

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$21,099 (USA) (6 January 2017)
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