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Julius Morlang is a successful art photographer who has moved on after the tragic suicide of his first wife, Ellen. He has found a new muse and lover in Ann, a younger version of Ellen. With the expected success of his new exhibition a near certainty, life for Morlang seems almost perfect - for now. But the past still haunts him. The voice of his dead wife appears on his answering machine - someone sends him her funeral announcement. Paranoia grows, and he is not sure whom he can trust. What is real and is imagined - and can you trust the one you love? Written by
Aubrey Wiseman <Aubreys@hotmail.com>
I saw this expertly crafted film at the Tribeca Film Festival. The audience was visibly buzzing when the credits started rolling. I heard it's finally coming out on DVD and theaters!
Much respect to the director and his sharp directing skills. His use of flashbacks as a deft narrative device works for this particular story about love and betrayal; he also uses it to create a layered character study. Paul Freeman was brilliant and the rest of the cast perfect for their respective roles.
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