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USA 2015
produced by
Robert Heske, John E Seymore, Edward J. Heske (executive) for Blessid, Workingman Productions, Seymore Films
directed by Rob Fitz
starring Rachel Kerbs, Rick Montgomery jr, Gene Silvers, Kate Jurdi, Chris Divecchio, Madeline O'Brien, Gina Pardi, Kevin O. Peterson, John E Seymore, Amy DePaola, Declan Long, Amanda Reevenge, Jeremie Buck, Charlotte Cowpar, Ela Quezada, Jennifer Gjulameti, Robert Heske, Kadian Clarke, Lee Simonds, Jocelyn Padilla (voice), Luz Maria Diaz (voice)
written by Robert Heske, music by Federico Chávez-Blanco

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Sarah (Rachel Kerbs) is pregnant, it's her first baby, and she should be so happy ... but she isn't. Basically it might be because this is not a love child but a pregnancy her husband Edward (Gene Silvers) has tricked her into when she was about to leave him because of his temper issues. But now that he has got her pregnant and pretty much dependant of him, he prefers to leave her alone for a "business trip" just about when she's due. But while he's out, an ex of Sarah's, Evan (Chris Divecchio) tries to worm his way back into her life, insisting the kid's his without any tangible proof. Now this leaves Sarah seriously unhinged, especially since she starts having visions of her long-deceased sister (Madeline O'Brien) whose death she feels responsible for, visions that cause her doing odd and possibly lethal things. The only rock in her life these days seems to be her neighbour Jedediah (Rick Montgomery jr), who really seems to have found a balance in his life and is happy to pass his secret on to others - but then again, he claims to be over 2000 years old and having been pals with Jesus himself back when, so he might be a bit of a weirdo, or worse yet, a figment of Sarah's imagination ...


Now Blessid for sure isn't an easy film to devour, as it works on multiple levels of reality and is thus very open to interpretation - to the point where one can choose to either watch it as a psycho drama or a horror film. But that said, if you're ok with getting something more than just a cookie-cutter shocker and aren't looking for easy answers to complicated stories, then this one's for you. But Blessid is not a movie that goes all David Lynch on you (not that there'd be anything wrong with that though), it's actually much more subtle (and thus weirdly creepy) in direction, and carried by a first rate cast, too, so totally one to watch out for!


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