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A psychological thriller about a young man James Marshall who meets up with his childhood friend Ruby Taylor - a girl who is crazy and deluded having lost her memory in a car accident. ... See full summary »

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James Marshall
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Ruby Taylor
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Matthew Kai
Oriana Panozzo ...
Deirdre Bleak
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Tracey Kai
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Jess (as Catherine Jermanus)
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Kim Marshall
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Kate Marshall
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Young James
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Ruth Marshall
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Brian White
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A psychological thriller about a young man James Marshall who meets up with his childhood friend Ruby Taylor - a girl who is crazy and deluded having lost her memory in a car accident. James has to help Ruby remember who she is as well as forcing her to face the traumatic dark secrets of her past that she has tried so long to forget. Written by Rosa T

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excellent Indy movie from talented producer/writer/actor!!
6 November 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I saw this movie in Australia and was really impressed. The movie was polished and professional, albeit made on a shoestring budget. The producer Chloe Traicos was also the writer and the main lead actor and as such is a very talented person. Its great to see a strong successful female!! The movie touches on sensitive issues and was handled well, in a not too heavy manner, with comedic moments as well. Possibly if the movie brings up issues that some audience members find confronting they could be directed somewhere for follow up. Its not a scary thriller but a thinking person's movie with twists throughout. The cast was strong,script interesting and it kept me involved right to the end. Ruby Taylor, the main character, works as a sales rep in a company and seems to be getting undeserved preferential treatment. Gradually during the course of the movie, the audience finds out the reason why and everything becomes clear with Ah Ha!! All in all an excellent movie from a great up and coming talent.


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