The Blue Hour

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Released 2007

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The Blue Hour

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2007
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The Blue Hour chronicles the intersection of four strangers' lives on one day in Los Angeles. In the film, their lives intersect in small but sometimes profound ways. Happy (Emily Rios) is a talented graffiti artist who paints intricate murals all over Los Angeles. While painting her signature image, she encounters a mentally challenged homeless man, Sal (Paul Dillon), who she is unable to communicate with. Sal then runs into photographer Avo (Yorick van Wageningen) and his wife Allegra (Allysa Milano) who are struggling to deal with the death of their young daughter. They do not speak as they look out their apartment window onto Happy's mural. Later, Sal's screaming awakens widower Humphrey (Derrick O'Connor) who is still mourning the loss of his wife Ethel (Sarah Jones). Though their interactions are short, director Eric Nazarian spins a meaningful tale of human connection, loss and redemption among the multi-ethnic denizens of modern day Los Angeles.

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Drama

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Independent, Social Issues