Thomas, Kyle and Marint had it all:loving wives, children and careers on the rise. But when tragedy strikes and their worlds crumble, it proves to be more than they can bare, and they find ... See full summary »

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Martin
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Melody
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Thomas, Kyle and Marint had it all:loving wives, children and careers on the rise. But when tragedy strikes and their worlds crumble, it proves to be more than they can bare, and they find themselves caught in a forsaken ghost land somewhere between heaven and hell. In this anguished world, nothing is what it seems, and these nomads must face their demons head on in order to recover a once fallen destiny. Written by Rob Diamond

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Somewhere between heaven and hell lies a realm of ghostly sorrow . . .

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A closer look at suicide and addictions.
10 March 2006 | by (Salt Lake City, Utah) – See all my reviews

I had the opportunity to view "PROPENSITY" when it premiered at the LDS Film Festival on Jan. 20, 2006.

This is a thought provoking, sensitive film on suicide and addictions. It dealt with both the victims and those left behind. Even though this premiered at the LDS File Festival and there was some LDS influences in the making of it, I feel as an active member of the LDS church that it isn't just for an LDS audience.

I feel this is a film with an important message, that given the rise of suicide particularly in teens, it would be especially critical to have this film distributed to all high schools, churches and any organization that deals with youth and or these issues (suicide and addictions).

This film touched me very deeply and I hope it will have the opportunity to reach many people.


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