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Musician Kim Stanger returns to his hometown, but is troubled by a vague premonition that something is wrong. Indeed, his friends and family seem quite uncomfortable to see him. He particularly wants to see his father, but he learns that his father is dead. His family tells him that his father died of a heart attack while playing tennis four years ago, but Kim finds a number of discrepancies in the details they give him. He insists on finding out what really happened, even when everyone seems determined to stop him from learning the truth. Written by Snow Leopard

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The family home was Tara in "Gone With the Wind". See more »

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When Kim is standing outside the house, there are no stained-glass sections on the sides of the door, but when he enters the house, you can clearly see the door is framed with stained glass sections. See more »

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An M. Night Shyamalan Story
7 March 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Musician Kim Stanger returns to his hometown, but is troubled by a vague premonition that something is wrong. Indeed, his friends and family seem quite uncomfortable to see him. He particularly wants to see his father, but he learns that his father is dead. His family tells him that his father died of a heart attack while playing tennis four years ago, but Kim finds a number of discrepancies in the details they give him. He insists on finding out what really happened, even when everyone seems determined to stop him from learning the truth.

This episode kept me thinking it was an M. Night Shyamalan story, like there was going to be a twit or a hook but I did not know what it was. Was the main character dead? No, of course not. But something similar, and I have to think that Shyamalan was a big fan of this show growing up.


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