As the movie opens, you hear a hospital intercom calling for Dr. Blair and Dr. J. Hamilton. This same audio clip can be heard at the beginning of the song "I Remember Now", the first track on the album "Operation Mindcrime" by Queensrÿche. See more »
In the beginning of the movie there was a pregnant woman who is injured in the hospital and they are bagging her with an ambubag. They didn't have to do that since she was obviously talking, meaning she can breathe fine. See more »
It's always good to watch a film that might interest you, whether it's the cover of the video or the theme that caught your attention. What is not good is to guess in your mind how good the actual film will be. This is where some Genres fall by the wayside in their descriptions of films. I really didn't think this was a horror film at all. I think too many people simply guess that when a film deals with death - or even "life" after it, then there should be some good bits of gore/horrible death along the way. It isn't always like that in films that make you want to think about it's actual context.
The film deals with both sides of the believer and skeptic coin, and the coin keeps spinning in your mind as you watch the story unfold. In a way it is suspense only in where you feel your own beliefs lie and if what you were watching made you consider those beliefs - or even lose interest altogether.
There are very few films that actually deal with this topic and the approach to bringing something that is now becoming more popular should be welcomed.
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