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(973) 6.5 104 min 2017

No Postage Necessary is a movie starring George Blagden, Charleene Closshey, and Robbie Kay. Straight out of jail, a hacker steals letters hoping to find cash. He reads one of the letters, falls in love with the writer and decides...

Starring
Robbie Kay, George Blagden, Charleene Closshey, Michael Beach
Genres
Comedy, Drama
Director
Jeremy Culver

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Comedy, Drama
Director Jeremy Culver
Writer Jeremy Culver, Morgen Culver, Jeremy Culver
Stars Robbie Kay, George Blagden, Charleene Closshey, Michael Beach
Country USA
Also Known As Loveletters - Eine zweite Chance für die Liebe
Runtime 1H 44M
Description Sam, a brilliant computer hacker seeking a better life, always seems to make the wrong choices, even under the watchful eye of his probation officer, Harry. Now, barred from using the Internet and stuck working fast food with his best friend and fellow hacker, Stanley, Sam poses as a Postal Worker, stealing people's mail to make ends meet. Until one letter changes everything. Written by the beautiful Josie to her dead husband, a Marine killed in Afghanistan, the heart-wrenching missive wakes something in Sam. Desperate to become worthy of such love, he begins following Josie and stealing more letters, until finally finding the courage to introduce himself. As Sam and Josie grow closer, she warms to the possibility of a new life as he's reminded of the values left behind in childhood. But fate shows its hand when Sam's past catches up with him in the form of an aggressive FBI agent and missing Bitcoins. When Josie discovers the truth, she must decide if the betrayal will force her back into her shell or give her the strength to follow her once-forgotten dreams, while Sam must choose whether to, yet again, be victimized by the mistakes of his past or finally stand up and become the man he's always intended to be.

Top reviews

Saturday, 29 Aug 2020 09:36

I had a chance to see this film at the Seattle International Film Festival last week. The film itself is an interesting film that touches on the themes of humanity and what it means to be human. I did not know what to expect, so I went in expecting nothing. The film begins with a character named William, played by Ben Stiller, in the 50's. William is a black man, living in Harlem. William is a man with a very unconventional lifestyle. He is a self-described "Bruna" (a term that is used to describe black men). Bruna, however, is a derogatory term used to describe black men, as well as men in general. William is one of many men who live by the ways of the black man, like the black man's "Amera", or the "Mama" (an African American term for a "bad-ass" woman). One of the best parts of the film is when William meets an old friend, played by Marisa Tomei. Tomei is a beautiful woman who is at the bottom of the social hierarchy, but who is in love with William. The film is very well done, with great performances by all the cast. The film is very realistic, but the performances are also very strong. Overall, the film is a good film that should be seen. The film does not try to tell you a story, and does not try to be a "masterpiece". I would recommend the film to anyone who likes a good film. The film is not a comedy, nor a drama, nor a romance. The film is simply a film about human behavior. This film will make you think about how we live our lives, and it will make you think about yourself. The film will also make you think about life itself. A great film. 7/10


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