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"Purgatory House" DVD
14-year-old writer Celeste Davis stars in her own story opposite Jim Hanks ("BABY GENIUSES"), Johnny Pacar (Disney's "NOW YOU SEE IT" & NBC's new series "FLIGHT 29 DOWN"), and Devin Witt. Featuring amazing music from Natalie Merchant, Blue Oyster Cult, Violent Femmes, Grammy-nominated Eric Bazilian, and other top recording artists. Directed by Cindy Baer. WINNER of 12 Film Festival Awards, and 2-Time PRISM Award Nominee. CLICK ON TITLE ABOVE FOR MORE INFO.


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Official “Purgatory House” Poster

24"x36", color, unframed

List Price: $19.99



“Purgatory House” T-Shirt

100% cotton, preshrunk, color, silk-screen, 2-sided
The movie poster is pictured on the front of the shirt.
The back of the shirt says "Purgatory House" in black and
"Can you see me?" in orange.

List Price: $19.99


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Purgatory House: a Teen movie, New DVD release, New Independent Film by a Teen Writer dealing with suicide, drugs and hope. Movie release of Feature Film. A story of suicide by a 14-year-old girl. Shot with Canon XL1S miniDV cameras. Bonus features show how to make a movie from start to finish, Canon USA. Published teen writer stars her own story. Watch this amazing movie about teen suicide and drug addiction with your teen and really talk. Learn how it feels to be a teen in todays world from the point of view of a teen. Written by a high school freshman. Help the lost kids.