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The Message (2012)

A young wife and mother of two children is challenged to overcome her passive beliefs on religion after a serious car accident. Receiving haunting images of her past she is forced to make a decision that will decide her fate.

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Anna
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Pete West
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Little Anna
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Young Sally
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Young Anna
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Pepe Douglas ...
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Dale
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Becky
Heather Flora ...
Angel
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Young Dennis
Frankie Grasso-Clay ...
Young Becky
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Brenda
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A young wife and mother is challenged to overcome her passive beliefs on religion after a serious car accident. Receiving haunting images of her past she is forced to make a decision that will decide her fate. She goes on a mind bent journey and learns the true meaning of her existence. Written by Thomas Clay

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PG-13
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Very captivating BUT very difficult to follow
11 May 2012 | by See all my reviews

Caught this film at the Cape Fear Film Fest, where it was the Grand Winner. I'm going to give The Message a solid 7. If were a bit easier to follow I would have bumped this to an 8. After the director Thomas Clay spoke about the film, I did understand how the scenes and bits of information connected together. He did say it is a very difficult film to follow, as if you miss a scene, or are not paying attention, you will lose track, so I did not feel to dumb after all!. I thought the acting for an independent was excellent really. Erica Leerhsen did a fantastic job with emotions running all over the board, so hats off to the director as well. The film is roughly 88 minutes, I felt it could have been 3-4 minutes shorter in length and at times, like many low budget independents, some scenes drag a little, but the action does pick up quickly and is worth waiting for. Soundtrack and music was excellent and right on Que. I would like to see this film again....as I think I will now understand it! Christians beware, there are some very controversial scenes in this film...but it ultimately does drive home a "Message".


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