A Reason to Believe1995
Released in the USA on September 22 of 1995, "A Reason to Believe" is a Drama film directed by Douglas Tirola . Jay Underwood and Allison Smith are starring, alongside Danny Quinn, Georgia Emelin, Kim Walker and Keith Coogan.
Sometimes the people you know the best are the ones you can trust the least.
Who directed "A Reason to Believe":
A Reason to Believe was directed by Douglas Tirola, a producer, director, and writer.
After making A Reason to Believe, Douglas Tirola directed All In: The Poker Movie, released in 2009.
What was the release date of "A Reason to Believe":
A Reason to Believe was initally released in the United States on Friday, September 22, 1995. Also released on this day were Showgirls, Empire Records (dir. Allan Moyle), The Run of the Country (dir. Peter Yates), and A Month by the Lake (dir. John Irvin). This was twenty-three (23) years ago.
What is the cast of "A Reason to Believe":
At the casting of A Reason to Believe we find Jay Underwood, previously seen in The Fantastic Four (1994) and Uncle Buck (1989); Allison Smith (Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday (1993)); Danny Quinn (Band of the Hand (1986)) [ more... ]
What is the Storyline of "A Reason to Believe":
Charlotte, a popular girl on campus, goes to a wild party while her boyfriend Wesley is not in town. When she realizes she's become too drunk, she leaves the party. But Jim, who she danced with at the party soon joins her and she gets forced into a sexual encounter. Feeling ashamed and self-blame, it's hard for her to find the courage to speak her mind. When she does, many of her friends don't believe her. In the meantime, Jim honestly doesn't think what happened that night was rape. But as members of his [...]
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