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Ghosts Never Sleep (2005)

R | | Drama | April 2005 (USA)
The story revolves around Jared, a struggling writer haunted by a tragic past, who is pushed to the breaking point with fatal consequences. Fact and fiction explosively collide when he ... See full summary »

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Ethan Kennemer ...
Young Jared
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Michael Dolan
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Jared Dolan
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Rebecca
Shea Alexander ...
Melissa Weiss
Manuel Centeno ...
Guy with Video Camera
John Nolan ...
Guy with Video Camera
Renee Joyce ...
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David Sheehan ...
Chopper Dan
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Young Kathleen
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Aidan Dolan
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Anchor Garrett
Valarie Ianniello ...
Anchor Christina
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Therapist (as Julia Pierrepont III)
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Kathleen Dolan
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The story revolves around Jared, a struggling writer haunted by a tragic past, who is pushed to the breaking point with fatal consequences. Fact and fiction explosively collide when he writes of a dark family secret that his wife can't understand and that his mother has vowed to keep hidden at all costs. Written by Anonymous

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She won't forgive. He can't forget.

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Rated R for language, sexuality, nudity and some drug use
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A Compelling Debut
12 September 2005 | by (Rome, GA) – See all my reviews

I just saw this film at the Rome Internaional Film Festival in Rome, Ga -- mainly because of Faye Dunaway, and because the majority of these festival films never make it onto disc. From the start you know it's low budget: the lighting and cinematography aren't, shall we say, top flight. But what a story -- clearly autobiographical at some level, when you consider it's told from the perspective of a struggling screenwriter -- and the pacing,, which is erratic at first, begins to approach Pakula or Friedkin level. The vanity common among aging actresses doesn't prevent Dunaway from turning in a weirdly compelling performance as the Irishman's damage-controlling widow, despite her erratic brogue. Sean Young has seldom been so sympathetic --and never looked sexier, IMHO. Tony Goldwyn looks like Aidan Quinn and does a convincing paranoid. But I couldn't take my eyes off Shea Alexander as the pathetic, coke-driven, sex-obsessed producer Melissa Weiss: her performance leaves a lot to be desired, but one gets the sense of someone who's been there, or at least seen it with her own eyes. I'm looking forward to Steve Freedman's next film. I'm sure it will be worth watching -- and that a bigger budget will have nothing to do with it.


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