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Fifteen-year-old Owen Norris is at the top of his graduating middle-school class, and wants to know how the world works. He has no friends, spends almost all of his time studying, and has an almost nonexistent relationship with his white-collar parents, whom he sees for ten minutes a day. But his boring suburban life changes when he meets Congressman Lawrence Connor and his young nephew Caleb. Connor is immediately taken with Owen’s intelligence and wit, and Caleb is immediately taken with Owen. As Caleb and Owen become close friends, Connor offers Owen a chance to learn how the world of politics really works by acting as his “youth campaign spokesman” for the upcoming Senate primaries. What starts as a fun way to make some extra summer cash takes a dark turn as Owen learns the frightening truth about the deranged secret world of politics in which he is now involved.

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Name Character
Erick Avari He was 56, now 71 years old as Arthur Dennison
John Rubinstein He was 61, now 77 years old as Cary Evor
Chris Marquette He was 24, now 39 years old as Tony Blake
Steven Weber He was 47, now 62 years old as Lawrence Connor
Senta Moses She was 35, now 50 years old as Stacy
Michael Welch He was 21, now 36 years old as Max
Diane Delano She was 51, now 67 years old as Lara Connor
Don McManus He was 48, now 64 years old as Daniel Norris
Alex D. Linz He was 19, now 35 years old as Owen Norris
Richard Riehle He was 60, now 75 years old as Grant Miller
Bradley Steven Perry He was 9, now 25 years old as School Boy
Escher Holloway He was 21, now 36 years old as Caleb Connor

Choose Connor Crew

Name Department
Lucas Elliot Eberl as Director. He was 22 (now 37) years old Directing
Lucas Elliot Eberl as Editor. He was 22 (now 37) years old Editing
Lucas Elliot Eberl as Writer. He was 22 (now 37) years old Writing
Kazimir Boyle as Original Music Composer. Sound
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Choose Connor (15 years)

Choose Connor because our children are our future.

  • Release day: Friday, October 10, 2008
  • Runtime: 109 minutes