A young man (Brendan Fehr) whose life has been on hold for ten years while he mourns the tragic death of his high school girlfriend falls for a waitress who is the spitting image of his lost love, while his best friend (Chad Lindberg) urges him to move on. Tania Raymonde co-stars in this supernatural romance. Written by
I'm glad I didn't see the trailer before watching this film as I would have been even more let down. It is very slow and really has no plot. It is definitely short of any real substance. There is no drama, suspense or energy at all or anywhere in the movie. It started out being a film I could have really enjoyed but as it went on I kept waiting for something, anything to happen. But it didn't. And it's another one of those with a empty ending. The acting was OK but just lacked a story and led to no where. The trailer hits on the only fairly good parts and adds more drama than what the movie represents. It would be OK for a teenager but for adults, I wouldn't recommend at all.
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