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Scott Hamm Duenas, Kipp Tribble, Kenny Yates, Brad Kerr (executive), Bobby Patel (executive), Richard Siegelman (executive), Patrick Rivera (executive) for Toni Nycole Productions, MRP Entertainment, Trick 6 Films
directed by Kenny Yates
starring Scott Hamm Duenas, Kipp Tribble, Alison Haislip, Tobin Bell, Nija Okoro, Kenny Yates, Richard Siegelman, Blake Koren, Billy Walker, Eric Charles Jorgenson
story by Scott Hamm Duenas, screenplay by Kipp Tribble, music by Wesley Hughes

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After losing his daughter Shelly (Blake Koren) in an accident he at least partly blames himself for, Will (Scott Hamm Duenas) goes to regular meetings of a self help group run by Bella (Alison Haislip) - but the meetings don't help the way they should, and that Bella's cop boyfriend Bryan (Kipp Tribble) has taken a special interest in him and tries to overwhelm him with friendliness actually does make things worse. So it's little wonder that Will takes to drinking eventually. Eventually though, he finds a kindred spirit in the group, Lydia (Nija Okoro), who questions Bella's methods more and more, and eventually starts talking about reversing the loss she has suffered - which puts her at odds with everyone ... everyone but Will that is, who's more than a little curious about how she plans to bring her lost love one back, and eventually she refers him to Von (Tobin Bell), a painter and bum who nevertheless claims he can get him onto the right path to see his daughter again, and all he needs to do is listen to a few records with an open and clear mind. So Will does, and even gives up drinking for this, and eventually weird things start to happen, like Shelly's toys that his ex-wife has taken with her turning up at his place, the letter magnets on the fridge forming words and sentences that might be messages from Shelly, and eventually, Will actually thinks he hears and sees her, if only for a moment. He thinks he's on the right path - but then Bryan comes checking on him on official business, and he tries to convince him whatever has happened is not true, even when confronted with evidence. Futhermore he has Von taken into custody for camping on public property. This all should be devastating for Will, but it only convinces him he's on the right path and Bryan, Bella and maybe others conspire against him. Thing is, Will has a gun, and he's so on the edge that he won't hesitate to use it to right a few wrongs ...


A pretty and enjoyably unusual thriller with supernatural undercurrents that profits from its labyrinthine script full of twists and turns, that keeps one guessing, and that doesn't give its resolution away until the finale, even if there are plenty of clues throughout. But however confusing at times, the film's script is also well enough structured to really push the story along in an engaging manner, while an atmosphere-heavy directorial effort and a very solid cast carry the whole thing rather beautifully, making this one entertaining piece of genre cinema from beginning to end.




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