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Imagination (2007)

Dr. Reineger is a child neuro-psychologist who has become confident that the twin Anna has a form of autism called Asperger's Syndrome, rendering her unable to cope with reality. As for her... See full summary »

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Anna Woodruff
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Sarah Woodruff
Courtney Sanford ...
Janice Woodruff
Travis Poelle ...
Roland Woodruff
Anthony Caraday ...
Bob Gerlach ...
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Laura Leiser ...
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Kevin Le ...
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John Le ...
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Jason Byrne ...
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Laina Kim ...
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Sebastian Brown ...
Search party
Burton Bush ...
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Melissa Haddad ...
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Dr. Reineger is a child neuro-psychologist who has become confident that the twin Anna has a form of autism called Asperger's Syndrome, rendering her unable to cope with reality. As for her blind sister, Sarah, the Doctor cannot say for sure why her visions map so closely to Anna's. At home, their father leaves the family. To escape the pain, the girls sink deeper and deeper into their imaginations. When a major earthquake takes their mother's life, Reineger is left with helping the now-orphaned twins cope, while at the same time dealing with his own struggle concerning the girls' prophetic visions. The girls escape the institution. The subsequent search party can't track them. Have they indeed transcended the physical realm? Written by Eric Leiser

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Visions Are Real. See more »

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26 February 2008 (USA)  »

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$110,000 (estimated)
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1.66 : 1
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Sarah Woodruff: But the fawn makes everything so clear!
Anna Woodruff: Of course it does, but mom and dad can't see. They forgot what it means to dream. They use our disabilities as an excuse not to believe.
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References Eclectic Shorts by Eric Leiser (2004) See more »

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Blew my Mind!
2 April 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film may not be for those looking for a popcorn flick but if you like your films to be crazy adventures into new worlds than this is for you. I had trouble following some of the plot points at times but the story, animation and most of all the score are some the coolest stuff I've seen in recent memory. The twin girls in the film were really amazing and kind of freaky at times. The other actors were pretty average except for the doctor who did a decent job in his role. The film was so weird and creative i really can't compare it to anything out there right now accept maybe Pan's Labyrinth. The DVD extras go into how the film was made and has some cool info on the filmmakers who worked on some of the film in Prague. Highly recommended for those who want to try something different!


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