Sherman's Way

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Sherman's Way
Shermans way.jpg
Promotional film poster
Directed by Craig Saavedra
Produced by Craig Saavedra
Written by Tom Nance
Starring James LeGros
Enrico Colantoni
Michael Shulman
Lacey Chabert
Brooke Nevin
Music by David Michael Frank
Cinematography Joaquin Sedillo
Edited by Christopher Gay
Distributed by International Film Circuit
Release dates 2008
Country United States
Language English
Box office $13,282[1]

Sherman's Way is a comedy-drama independent film starring James LeGros, Enrico Colantoni, Lacey Chabert, Donna Murphy, Brooke Nevin, and Michael Shulman. The film was directed by Craig Saavedra, written by Thomas R. Nance, and produced by Starry Night Entertainment. Sherman's Way completed principal photography in 2007 and was shot in Manhattan, New York, Clear Lake, California, and Los Angeles, California.

Plot[edit]

The life of Yale law student Sherman (Michael Shulman, Party of Five) takes an unexpected turn when he decides to follow his girlfriend’s (Lacey Chabert, Not Another Teen Movie) advice and take more chances in life. She meant their relationship. But Sherman’s new spontaneity lands him in the car seat next to Palmer (James LeGros, Sleeper Cell, Ally McBeal), a washed-up, cheerfully eccentric former Olympic athlete.

Dumped and cut off from his mother’s funds, Sherman has to travel with Palmer to Southern California for an important job opportunity.

Awards[edit]

  • Audience Award for Best Feature at Cinequest Film Festival 2008
  • Audience Award for Best Feature at Newport Int'l Film Festival 2008
  • Audience Award for Best Feature at Gaia (Boulder, Colorado) Film Festival 2008
  • Special Jury Award Jackson Hole Film Festival 2008

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