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Somewhere in the Darkness (1999)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Barry Jenkins ...
Burt (as Austen Tayshus)
Richard Morecroft ...
Tim Webster ...
TV Interviewee
Paige Livingston ...
TV Interviewee (as Page livingstone)
Michael Zarakis ...
Frankie's father (as Michael Zarakas)
Jayden Carangelo ...
Shamus age 2
Ryan McGovern ...
Shamus age 25
Stephen Feneley ...
Shamus' father (as Sephen Fenley)
Monica Trapaga ...
Frankie's Mother (as Monica Trappaga)
Leah Purcell ...
Su Cruickshank ...
Lulu's Mother (as Su Cruikshank)
Louie Younan ...
Lulu's father
Baine Stewart ...
Lulu's Brother


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10 November 1999 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

A fairly esoteric tale. Dark at times, but with relatively positive outcomes. I don't pretend to understand it all. it's one of those films where it could mean different things to different people.

Basically, the plot involves three people trapped in the rubble of a collapsed building. An old Irishman tries to keep the spirits of a small boy afloat, while an antagonistic individual tries to lower them. The shadowy lower figure, whose face is never entirely seen, is obviously a devil figure, while the old man with the white beard speaks of his experiences in the afterlife (read Heaven). Definitely worth a look.

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