Reeseville is a character driven murder mystery, set in the rural midwest. David Meyers returns to the small town in an attempt to silence the demons of his past. Shortly after his arrival,...
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Reeseville is a character driven murder mystery, set in the rural midwest. David Meyers returns to the small town in an attempt to silence the demons of his past. Shortly after his arrival, David's father, John Meyers is found dead of an apparent suicide. Or is it? Buried secrets of the town begin to unfold as the coroner, Zeek Oakman begins to suspect that the suicide was staged. The Sheriff, Jason Buchanan must work quickly to solve the crime and stem the tide of a rapidly growing obsession between David and Jason's sister Iris. The outwardly peaceful appearance of Reeseville begins to unravel as the town's dark underbelly is exposed. Written by
I am local to the area that the movie is suppose to be set in and was wondering if this is a completely fictional story or if it might be based on a true story. Also, were any scenes actually shot in Reeseville? I noticed one mistake. The Sheriff said he was going to go and get a judge in Watertown and it should have been Juneau.
It was an interesting story in any case, but I found many of the lines to be unbelievably artificial and the character of the Sheriff to be a little far-fetched.
Most of the actors did a great job of portraying their parts and could have used a little better writing, but did well with the lines given. I would say its worth watching, but I wouldn't pay to see it twice.
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