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Title:
The ledge
Author:
Chapman, Matthew, 1950-
Uniform Title:
Ledge (Motion picture)
Publication Information:
[United States] : IFC Films : MPI Home Video, [2011]
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (101 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Gavin is on the ledge. Hollis, who just learned that he is not the biological father of his children, has the task of talking Gavin down. Gavin reveals his deep-rooted conflict with his fundamentalist Christian neighbor Joe, whose theological opposition to Gavin was intensified by Gavin's gay roommate and later by Joe's wife's infidelity. The negotiations take a dramatic turn when Hollis learns that Gavin has a deadline, and his life is not the only one hanging in the balance.
General Note:
Title from web page.

Originally released as a motion picture.
Language:
English
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: R; for sexuality, language, and some violent content.
Added Corporate Author:

ISBN:
9780788613968
UPC:
030306966397
Format :
DVD

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Shauna (Liv Tyler) has two men competing for her affections -- one a Christian named Joe (Patrick Wilson), the other an atheist named Gavin (Charlie Hunnam). Events transpire in such a way that Gavin ends up on the ledge of a tall apartment building and Joe gives him one hour to jump to his death or another person is going to die. All the while, a police officer (Terrence Howard) tries to talk Gavin off of the ledge. The Ledge was directed by Matthew Chapman. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi