When Carol looks into a mirror -- any mirror -- she sees images that horrify and repulse her. She's not a Medium, she's not a Ghost Whisperer, she's a frightened young woman on the edge of ... See full summary »

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When Carol looks into a mirror -- any mirror -- she sees images that horrify and repulse her. She's not a Medium, she's not a Ghost Whisperer, she's a frightened young woman on the edge of madness. Will the handsome stranger who offers to help turn out to be her salvation, or her final vision of terror? Written by Kate Duncan (kate_duncan@sbcglobal.net)

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Adrienne Wilkinson won the BEST ACTRESS AWARD at the Big Easy Film Festival, in New Orleans, Louisiana for her work in Reflections. See more »

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Nathan: That's a lot of bad luck, lady.
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My Own Little World
Performed by Adrienne Wilkinson
Music by Michael Mulholland, Marc Ferrari and Danny Gill
Lyric by Michael Mulholland
Produced by Michael Mulholland and Barry L. Caldwell
Featured Guitarist: Wynn Kelly
Courtesy of Mastersource/Red Engine Music and The Michael Mulholland Company/CTSP Music
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An exceptional film.
14 June 2008 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

One of the first things that should be said about "Reflections" is the uniqueness of the concept itself. Carol looks into any reflective surface, and she sees the worst thing that surface has seen or will see. Anywhere she looks, she is assaulted by horrors. Mark Garbett has managed to find a new spin on the 'cursed by a gift' theme, and presents it in a manner that hits the viewer instantly and brings them into Carol's struggle.

Beautifully executed by director Barry Caldwell, "Reflections" is haunting, touching, and thrilling, delivering a powerful film that takes the viewer into Carol's pain, while also delivering a surprise thriller. It's easy to see how easily this film will develop into a feature, even more fleshed out and powerful.

It's also impossible to not love a movie that delivers an unexpected ending, which is always a rare treat.

The film is carried further with a stellar cast. Adrienne Wilkinson plays Carol, reflecting the character's entire journey in her eyes. Adrienne possesses the ability to tell Carol's entire story in her eyes

  • everything is there without needing a single word.


Every actor is worth noting for what they brought to their roles, regardless of the size of the role. The cast elevates the already amazing work of the crew.

"Reflections" is most certainly worth making the effort to see - several times! An exceptional film.


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