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River Street

River Street ★★ 1995

Ambitious real estate agent Ben Egan (Young) is engaged to marry Sharon (MacIntosh), his shady boss Vincent Pierce's (Hunter) daughter. But when he blows a big deal and winds up striking a cop, Ben's sentenced to community service at a dilapidated center for street kids. He takes an interest in good-hearted center director Wendy (Davis) but can't change his ways so easily. The center stands on valuable river front property and if Ben can get the land, he'll get back both his job and Sharon. The relationships don't convince and Ben's change of heart seems forced. 88m/ C VHS . AU Aden Young, Bill Hunter, Essie Davis, Tammy MacIntosh, Sullivan Stapleton, Lois Ramsey; D: Tony Mahood; W: Philip Ryall; C: Martin McGrath; M: David Bridie, John Phillips.

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