A young woman seeks the help of a psychiatrist in dealing with the continued attacks of what she knows to be a demon.

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(as Rebecca Chaney)
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Lillith
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A young woman seeks the help of a psychiatrist in dealing with the continued attacks of what she knows to be a demon.

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Fight Your Nightmares. They are real.

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27 April 2007 (USA)  »

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Fantastic Film
17 August 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This short is so well shot and directed. I viewed it in Long Beach and I was thoroughly impressed. I'm surprised Rebekah Chaney isn't a huge star already, but I think it might have something to do with the fact that she is more than just an actress. She can write, direct, and produce, and this takes dedication and a very strong will. The film is riddled with metaphors and symbolism which I found extremely unique. There was a darkness to it that was appealing but not over the top. Best Female Filmmaker and Best Actress at that festival also so she should have 4 awards on the board. She gave an amazing speech at the award ceremony. If I wasn't a happily married man I would make a play for her. Good work Rebekah and keep going!


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