|To Be Friends|
|Directed by||James Lawrence Eckhart|
|Produced by||Jill Hesseltine|
|Written by||James Lawrence Eckhart|
|Starring|| Joelle Carter |
|Music by||Ysanne Spevack|
|Edited by||Mark Scovil|
|Distributed by||Back of the Truck Productions|
To Be Friends is a 2010 American drama film written and directed by James Lawrence Eckhart and starring Joelle Carter and Todd Stashwick. Eckhart's brother, Aaron Eckhart, served as executive producer of the film.
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