Nine-year old Sia suddenly experiences severe pain in her shoulder and is inexplicably driven to practice throwing knives. Her parents seek medical, psychological, and past life regression explanations.





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Credited cast:
Napoleon Carom ...
Theadore Trippe
Kaelyn Raye ...
Sia (as Kaelyn Raye Lustig)
Shane Carther Thomas ...
Kelly Hightower


Nine-year old Sia suddenly experiences severe pain in her shoulder while watching a local news story about a rapist attack. With no medical explanation, her parents become even more concerned when they find her practicing knife throwing and proclaiming, "There's a dead man in the house." They finally give in to a psychologist's recommendation that Sia be hypnotized in order to connect the current conundrum with an event in Sia's past life. Is she healed? In the dark of night, we find the unexpected answer to the mystery. Written by Anonymous

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18 June 2009 (USA)  »

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$5,000 (estimated)

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Screened It For Possible Phoenix Film Festival Selection
7 January 2009 | by (South Of Hell (Phoenix)) – See all my reviews

An original story premise, one that could be expanded past this short film into a fledgling full-length feature, and well directed by Deanna McDaniel with the exception of the acting performance of Michael Taggart who seems very contrite and robotic as what should be a caring father. The performance of the main character of the daughter Sia from Kaelyn Raye Lustig, who after this performance is well on her way to a very successful career. The story centers around a family and the effects of the latest news of a serial rapist in their town and the effects on their daughter. The 11 or 12 minutes don't do this the full justice even 25 would do, let alone a full-length feature. Inclusion of character acting veteran Michael Chieffo as a psychologist helping the daughter is underused. Editing slightly choppy but otherwise, worth a gander.

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