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I Know Who You Are (2005)

Not Rated  |   |  Short, Thriller  |  24 September 2005 (USA)
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A Psychic tells a man that his girlfriend will die today at four o'clock.



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Lee takes his sister Claudia to a Psychic to have her fortune told. But once they get there, the Psychic quickly turns her attention toward Lee, warning him that his girlfriend will die today at four o'clock. She also tells him of the warning signs to watch out for. But Lee doesn't believe in fate, and is less than amused by this new information. That is until he begins to see the signs coming true right before his eyes. Written by Greg Durbin

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Do you believe in fate?


Short | Thriller


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Very Cool little short film.
8 August 2005 | by (St. Catharines on) – See all my reviews

I had a chance to watch this short today, and I must say that it was very entertaining.

The thing that most impressed me about the movie was the sound. Most short films, or even indie feature for that matter have very poor sound, but it sounded like the filmmaker took the extra time to make sure the sound was very good.

Everything from the music, to the sound effects were well placed and executed.

I thought it was a very well written script as well, kudos to the writer.

I think the thing that lacked the most was the acting, the actors seemed to pull off some lines fine, but others seemed forced. But in a movie with a good enough story to draw my attention (I turn most shorts off after 2 mins) I didn't dwell too much on the acting, and was engrossed by the story enough that it didn't matter too much.

Good job on all fronts for this short film, and I can't wait to see the next from this talented young director.

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