After his dad Ryan senior’s death in a truck accident, schoolboy Ryan Flynn, a gentle, somewhat nerdy space-fan, becomes a recluse. He shuts up completely after a fall and near-drowning experience while roaming the countryside with his admirably patient, cheerful playmate Rocky Mazzelli. Only Ryan’s late granddad finds a magical way to get trough to him and introduce him to a mysterious place, the ‘dust factory’. There grandpa and resident teenager Melanie ‘Pan’ Lewis shows how youngsters prepare for their next life phase. But deciding when they are isn’t easy or safe. This page has the dust factory 2004, watch online, the dust factory 2004 free download, full movie hd.
I just picked up this movie off the shelf because the title was interesting. I had never heard of it before. So I didn’t know what to expect. It was really a surprise to find that it was good. We enjoyed it very much. The two main characters were very likable. I wish that they had gone into a little more detail of the circumstances of why they were at the factory but overall a good story about learning to deal with your fears and moving on with your life. Filmxy has The Dust Factory (2004) Online Full Movie, The Dust Factory (2004) free download HD Bluray 720p 1080p with English subtitle. Stars: Hayden Panettiere, Ryan Kelley, Armin Mueller-Stahl.
“The Dust Closet” joins “An Angel for May” and “Restless Spirits” as the best recent examples of this type of film. These films have a hidden depth to their story and storytelling technique that will interest even the most sophisticated viewer-provided that they retain at least some of their childhood capacity for wonder. The weak vote count probably reflects viewers unable or unwilling to deal with a film that requires some mental energy and a few functioning brain cells. Ryan Flynn (Ryan Kelley) is a teenager who has refused to speak since seeing his father killed at a train crossing. Ryan’s father died when Ryan was nine years old, but not before he passed on a passion for astronomy to his son. But now Ryan is having trouble connecting with astronomy, symbolized by his inability to find the man in the moon his father drew for him. Like an impressionist painting, the moonscape becomes meaningless when viewed close up through his new telescope. Ryan’s family takes care of his grandfather (Mueller-Stahl), but Ryan barely knows him because he has had Alzheimer’s for a number of years. Ryan hangs out with his best friend Rocky (Michael Angarano), and they communicate fine nonverbally. Rocky does not question Ryan’s silence-he just accepts it. Things dramatically change one day when Ryan falls off a bridge and into a lake while roller-blading. When he surfaces Rocky is gone and everything is a little off-kilter. His grandfather is completely recovered and living alone it their house, which was his originally. They have meaningful conversations and his grandfather tries to pass on advice on how to get the most out of life. Ryan meets a pretty girl his own age named Melanie (Hayden Panettiere) who can ice skate on the surface of the lake-even though to Ryan it is summer and the lake is not frozen. The story is basically told from Ryan’s point of view and we learn along with him that this new reality is a place called “The Dust Factory”. The film is an allegory (the expression by symbolic means of generalizations about human existence) about the process of living; much like “Groundhog Day”. The idea is that most of us just go through the motions of living (each day is just a repeat of the day before). The themes are basically the same, the importance of having the courage to live life to the fullest and to get the most out of each day.