Emily has been on vacation for several weeks. At least that's what her husband has been telling people. But given that no one else has heard from her, Emily's meddling cousin suspects a far darker reason for her absence.

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Geordie Johnson ...
Albert
Brenda Bazinet ...
Millicent
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Amos
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Mr. Brewster
Ann Page ...
Mrs. Brewster
Brian Barker ...
Det. McGregor
John Baker ...
Det. Collins
Rhonda Lee Stephenson ...
Mrs. McMillan
Paulette Sinclair ...
Miss Peters
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Emily has been on vacation for several weeks. At least that's what her husband has been telling people. But given that no one else has heard from her, Emily's meddling cousin suspects a far darker reason for her absence.

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Maybe she never left.


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17 September 2003 (USA)  »

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The film was adapted from a short story by Jack Ritchie, who was the recipient of the Edgar award in 1982, the most prestigious honour for mystery stories in the world. See more »

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Better than expected
19 July 2004 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Given that the quality of most Canadian productions seems to be lower than their American counterparts, I was pleasantly surprised when I caught this short film on CBC Television.

The summary on IMDb sums up the story pretty well; all I can say is that the twist was rather unexpected, and the build-up to the end was very well done. The film won the prestigious Platinum Remi Award in the short suspense/thriller category at the 2004 Worldfest-Houston Film Festival. (Worldfest is the festival that gave Steven Spielberg, George Lucas, Ang Lee, John Lee Hancock, Randall Kleiser, Ridley Scott, Robert Rodriguez, Robert Townsend, Spike Lee, Oliver Stone and David Lynch their first awards.)

It is also showing at the Sacramento Film and Music festival this coming August. If you get a chance to view this, I'd highly recommend it!


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