In the wake of his daughter's death, a troubled musician seeks out an experimental therapist to turn his life around. When the therapist calls for him to leave everything behind and take on a new identity, the musician realizes his new life isn't what it seems and his therapist is using patients to commit vigilante crimes. After eight years as a criminal, he sneaks back to visit the life he left behind. Written by
job. friends. home. family. identity.
10 June 2011 (USA)
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During editing, the directors would think of inserts shots and close ups that would help boost the emotional impact of each scene. Since they owned the equipment and all of the actors lived nearby, they could often get the shots they wanted within a couple of hours. Cinematographer Mike Simpson would often ride his bike over, light the shot quickly and return home within a few minutes. See more
You always want to leave things better than you found them. The trick is to know when to walk away.