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The Five Senses

Rating:R (for sexuality and language)
Release Date:July 14, 2000
Running time:105 minutes
Cast:Mary-Louise Parker, Molly Parker, Daniel MacIvor, Gabrielle Rose, Phillipe Volter
Director:Jeremy Podeswa
Producer:Camelia Frieberg, Jeremy Podeswa
Writer:Jeremy Podeswa
Distributor:Fine Line Features

Description: The Five Senses is a carefully crafted drama pivoting around the five senses - touch, taste, hearing, smell and vision - and the lives of five characters, each searching for a significant and intimate human connection. The story takes place over an intense three-day period in which a child has disappeared, galvanizing the public and media's attention. Against this dramatic backdrop, five people are engaged in their own personal crisis. During the course of the film, each character discovers an essential clue to his or her own true desire. As the story of the missing girl is resolved, so are the stories of these five characters.

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