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A truly green story inspired by a miraculous true occurrence and the natural beauty of a place. Cayman Went tells the story of a Hollywood actor, Josh Anders, who is forced onto an island paradise and is eventually swept away by the beauty of the Cayman Islands. Along the way, he helps cleanse the environment and his soul, while learning about himself, and the exquisite marine and island wildlife.
Starring Michael Lombardi, Suzie Miszner and Jeffrey de Munn, directed by Bobby Sheehan, written by Bobby Sheehan and Jim Ritterhof. Produced by Gil Wordsworth. 90 minutes . 2008
www.working-pictures.com

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country: Cayman Islands

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