Crossing the Bridge / Indian Summer (Double Feature) (Blu-ray)
Directed by Mike Binder
Writer/director Mike Binder’s debut – Hailed nationwide by critics, Crossing the Bridge is an entertaining comedy-drama about the adventures of three young friends in ‘70s Detroit. Starring Josh Charles (Dead Poets Society), Jason Gedrick (Iron Eagle) and Stephen Baldwin (The Usual Suspects) – through thick and thin they were friends, now they're putting everything on the line with a dangerous and very risky venture promising high-stakes consequences. | Writer/director Mike Binder’s second film – Indian Summer is a heartwarming comedy about eight friends who reunite at their summer camp after 20 years. Featuring an impressive ensemble cast including Alan Arkin (The Russians Are Coming! The Russians Are Coming!), Diane Lane (Streets of Fire), Bill Paxton (Aliens), Elizabeth Perkins (Big), Kevin Pollack (Grumpy Old Men), Vincent Spano (Oscar), Kimberly Williams (Father of the Bride), Matt Craven (K2) and Julie Warner (Doc Hollywood).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Interview with writer/director Mike Binder
Trailers for Indian Summer, Crossing the Bridge
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