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The Invitation (2003)

Roland Levy is a great writer. A teller of tales. A setter of scenes. But the six guests he has invite to his island home are in for a scene like they could have never imagined. One night ... See full summary »

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Roland Levy
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Joel Gellman
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Liza Harris
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Anne Prescott
David Livingstone ...
John Leveque
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Michael Harris
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Maria Gellman (as Sarah Jane Redmond)
Lideo Baldeon ...
Jesus
Michael Leisen ...
Manola
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Calley
Bob Dawson ...
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Wanda Wilkinson ...
Patient (as Wanda Wilkenson)
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Correlli (scenes deleted)
William M. Gregory ...
Joel's Father
Mikka Dargel ...
Anne's Sister
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Roland Levy is a great writer. A teller of tales. A setter of scenes. But the six guests he has invite to his island home are in for a scene like they could have never imagined. One night to confess the lies their lives are built on. Or to die. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Thriller | Horror

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Rated R for language and images of sex and violence | See all certifications »

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23 December 2003 (Canada)  »

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Peplo thanatou  »

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near death experience
3 February 2004 | by See all my reviews

This movie must have grown out of the near death experience of the writer or a close relative of the writer. When the experience happens and a person gets another chance at life, everything changes and with it the urge to let our loved ones know about the secret. A secret so hard to explain that it can only be heard in the mind's eye by going through the door of knowledge that brings many things into a clearer perception. The urge for Roland takes us viewers on a journey to educate not only us, but the characters in the movie and all of those involved in it's creation as well. I think that this visual story teller will inspire many to think.


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