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  • Acteurs : Eben Gordon, Rob Moretti, Juanita Walch
  • Réalisateurs : Rob Moretti
  • Format : PAL, Couleur, Anamorphique, Dolby, Sous-titré
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 2.0)
  • Sous-titres : Français
  • Région : Région 2 (Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en dehors de l'Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.).
  • Rapport de forme : 2.35:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : WE & co
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 13 janvier 2010
  • Durée : 89 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 2.0 étoiles sur 5  Voir tous les commentaires (1 commentaire client)
  • ASIN: B002Y2BU3I
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Crutch, 1 DVD, 90 minutes


La famille de David - 16 ans - s'écroule, tandis que ses parents en plein divorce s'entredéchirent. L'adolescent troublé et impressionnable trouve refuge dans le théâtre et se confie à son jeune professeur Kenny. Mais le soutien de Kenny se transforme en séduction et le professeur initie rapidement son jeune protégé à ses propres démons intérieurs : l'alcool et la drogue...

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1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par loin du ciel le 1 janvier 2011
Format: DVD
Une histoire sombre que l'on n'a pas envi de revoir.Quel intêret de réaliser un film comme ça? Le mêmes sujet aurait pu être traité de façon tellement plus positive.
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18 internautes sur 21 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another Dysfunctional Family Ramifications Film 30 juin 2005
Par Grady Harp - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
CRUTCH is a film you want to like: it feels honest, from the heart of the autobiography of writer/director/producer/actor Rob Moretti, and it aims to deliver a statement about the dangers of drug abuse and how to conquer it. The problems with this film are 1) it all has been said and shown before, 2) the camera work and editing are so inconsistent that they become intrusive, and 3) the actors selected to enact this downfall film are pretty much folks with good intentions but little finesse. Obviously made on a very low budget with a group of people who appear committed to the project, it has everything we could want from an Indie except polish.

David (Eben Gordon - unfortunately not resembling a 16-year-old boy he is supposed to be) is trying to hold together his fragile family of adulterous father Jack (James Early), an alcoholic self-destructive mother Katie (Juanita Walsh), and brother and sister. Jack leaves the family for his paramour, Maryann is hospitalized for rehab after an injurious fall, the other siblings are copeless, and David attempts to escape reality by joining an acting class. The acting teacher Kenny (Rob Moretti), accompanied by his close friend and confidant Maryann (Jennifer Katz), encourage David's young ability and despite wise Maryann's warnings, Kenny responds to his attraction to David.

Out of need for order in his life David opens up his sexuality and becomes bonded with Kenny. Kenny's hidden drug addiction is uncovered by David and David begins to use the coke and his downfall begins. It is a love/hate relationship, David becoming the movie star Kenny's drug habit prevented. And eventually David attempts to return to his family and girlfriend only to meet with disaster until in the final moments of the film we find David in a 12-step program. The ending summarizes how each of the characters' lives stand at the present via screen statements before the credits.

As said before, the film cries to be loved but the technical aspects of its creation simply fall short of the much-needed chemistries that this inexperienced cast is unable to deliver. It may be an example of the writer losing the necessary distance from the final product by being over-extended in the making of the film. Grady Harp, June 05
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Not quite the worst gay movie I have seen, but... 29 mai 2013
Par David G. Zak - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I applaud Rob Moretti for making this film as a tribute to his dead addicted mom, but it is a waste of time. A drug-addicted acting coach seduces a student half his age (so the script says - but actors look to be about the same age) and gets him addicted to drugs as well. The kid has a horrible family - non of whom are given any detail. But - hooray! - acting class can save us in the end. I looked up Rob Moretti to see if he had a long resume after this film. He does not. The title says Directors Cut which means he had the last word, but there is nothing to recommend this film.
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amazing 26 novembre 2005
Par Sammie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
No, this is not a hollywood film with perfect editing and cool special effects. But I think the way it was filmed fits the story. This is a house of dysfunction and the camerawork helps make it very personal, like you're right in the middle of it. The actors are fabulous, most especially Eben Gordon. I think he plays David's vulnerable side and shows how he changes very well. He's an extremely talented young man and I hope to see much more of him. If you're only into the hollywood style movie, this is not for you. But if you're in the mood for something dark, and a little different, this is definitely worth a look. It is sure to have an impact.
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IMPRESSIVE 8 avril 2005
Par Ian - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Wonderfully filmed, poignant story, fantastic actors. An impressive film to say the least. I hope to see it in wide release so all can enjoy. The story is a coming of age story of an endearing young man and his struggles with addiction, family, and love. Writer/Director/Actor Rob Moretti must have had a roller-coaster of a ride creating this film. It is charged with honesty, hardship, and an underlying theme of Making/Creating and fighting the Unmaking/Destroying. The demons of this film reside in each of the characters, but they are ousted by the goodness and will of those same characters. Eben Gordon is brilliant. I can't wait to see his next project. He plays David, the protagonist. His execution of character development reminds me of Edward Norton's in "American X". He goes from young and innocent to hardened and wiser within a wonderfully timed and subtle arc.

Rob Moretti impresses as David's mentor, Kenny. The relationship these two actors create is potent, real, and honest. It brings to mind the torrential joy and disaster of my first love certainly. With everything else Moretti must have dealt with on set as director/writer I find it very impressive that he and Gordon created such synergy. Most of the other actors did very well, though I would have loved to see more of Frankie Faison as Jerry. An intricate film and wonderful experience. It was very impressive.
Impressive effort for a indie production 28 janvier 2015
Par John J. Petry - Publié sur Amazon.com
Impressive effort for a indie production - far too many gay indie movies veer off into fantasies of "what I would have done differently knowing what I know now" or other flights of fantasy. Some good and some bad. Moretti wrote a heart wrenching, apparently truthful story about his early days with a adulterous father, distant older brother and screwed up sister and alcoholic mother. I have worked with people who have gone through AA and come out the other side sober and productive and this story is not unlike some of their stories. Could the production have been a little better directed and edited? Sure. Is it a bit hard to see the lead, Eben Gordon, as really a 16 year old kid - yeah but no more so than Teen Wolf or any other film where the characters are really in their 20's or early 30's yet are playing high school teenagers. Gordon does a good job portrying the screwed up, emotional roller coaster the kid is on dealing with his life. Moretti does a good job of portraying the drug addicted, controlling and conflicted jerk who uses the young an even as he realizes the kid has some talent - leading him off into the same self destructive cycle that destroyed the old man's career. Ms Katz did a good job as the woman trying to be a friend but also a conscience but not doing a good job of either. The brother and sister could have been better developed not to mention the father is painted as a complete jerk which maybe he was and maybe was just so messed up from dealing with the alcoholic wife he had to run. It is hard to tell because of the way it is written, especially with the occasional effort to have him come in and try to do something to help the kids.

This is not the best indie film you will every see - the actors were decent but not likely to win a major award for their acting here. The production and editing is decent but yes there is better out there. But the story is real and the emotions are well exposed. There is nothing sugar coated here but in the total it is a good effort and worth watching.
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