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I am thrilled that a young filmmaker has arrived who obviously has a
I am thrilled that a young filmmaker has arrived who obviously has a wonderful mind and brilliant imaginative voice. Bravo! Every aspect of this film is excellent. The dialog is so innovative; I watched the movie three times in a row and still will see it again. The acting is terrific. This is my favorite movie for Eric Roberts. He is always good, but in this movie he is the best. My favorite scene is the one where he and Shannon Sossomon (who is also her best) are trying to do the exercise to gain the talent for astral projection. The writing is stunning. Finally there is a writer/director with a profound mind and something new to say. Also the production design is excellent. Every scene is beautiful. Really, I can't say enough about Rani DeMuth. I hope to see a feature from her before too long.
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