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Winter Lily (2000)

Not Rated | | Crime, Mystery, Thriller | 24 March 2000 (Japan)
Winter Lily is the first in a series of mystery thrillers set in an isolated bed and breakfast country inn in the tradition of the Shining.

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Grant (as J.P. Bergeron)
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Lily
Philip Le Maistre
Peter Beland
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Winter Lily is the first in a series of mystery thrillers set in an isolated bed and breakfast country inn in the tradition of the Shining.

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Something's wrong with Lily... Dare to find out?


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24 March 2000 (Japan)  »

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Lily  »

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Clive: You're pretty isolated out here, aren't ya? Walked for miles today, and barely saw any signs of civilization. No houses, nothing. Just trees and snow. Doesn't even seem to be any birds. I like it.
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Let's pretend I'm Catholic, and this is my confession
25 June 2007 | by See all my reviews

I admit it. On a recent Monday I was so deplorably bored that I sat through this entire movie. I wanted to change the channel but could not. I tried to leave but something made me stay until the mystery of Lily was (thank god) finally unraveled.

There's no real way of describing why this movie is so bad. There's worse acting out there, worse camera-work. There might even be a worse screenplay. That's stretching it, however. Maybe it has something to do with the unbelievability of the characters and the setting. Maybe too much of it seemed like a blatant attempt to disturb an audience with taboo subjects that have been handled dozens of times in better movies and more realistic scenarios. Or maybe it's because I get upset seeing someone locked inside a room for hours at a time (a room on the second storey with a large window opening outside), and they give up trying to escape after jiggling the handle a couple of times.

Please, take my advice and save those two hours of your own life by avoiding Winter Lily.


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