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WALKING ACROSS EGYPT  (1999)
Production Company: Mitchum Entertainment
Distributors: B.T.O. Films
Release date (USA): 17 December 1999

Director: Arthur Allan Seidelman
Screenplay: Paul Tamasy
Based on the Novel by Clyde Edgerton

Music Composed by Marco Beltrami
Orchestra Conducted by Marco Betlrami
Performed by Seattle Symphony Orchestra
Orchestrated by Marco Beltrami, Bill Boston & Rossano Galante
Recorded and Mixed by John Kurlander
Music Editor Chris McGeary & Stuart Goetz
Orchestra Contracted by Simon James
Music Preparation Julian Bratolyubov

Music Produced by Marco Beltrami

Synopsis: The film follows the life of Mattie Rigsbee (Burstyn), an elderly woman who believes in strong religious convictions. The film explores the lonely qualities of life for senior citizens after their children leave as adults. Reinhold and O'Grady play Mattie's children who live in a deep southern town. Mattie soon finds a likable friend in the local dogcatcher, Lamar Benfield (Hamill). It is through this relationship in which she meets the dogcatcher's nephew, a troubled juvenile delinquent orphan, Wesley (Taylor Thomas), currently serving time in juvenile detention for a recent car theft. Mattie finds that this young man is missing direction and believes that with a little insight on Christianity he can straighten up and fly right.

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