Linked by a rare psychological disorder, Noah Greene and Emily Gates must uncover the mystery of a tragic past in order to find hope for the future.

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When a pair of star-crossed lovers are forced apart by fate it's up to them to right the future. As they fall deeper in love, they experience visions of a deadly future - those around them are doomed to die. Within days their premonitions become reality as their friends start dying around them. As the visions intensify, it becomes clear that the next people to die will be them. The couple has to choose between remaining together and hurting those around them, or staying apart forever. Written by Cinemavault

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Damned Together. Condemned By Fate.


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Engaging. Recommend
15 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Within the first five minutes I wanted to FB "like" the lead male actor. He didn't come across as over-acting, but came close a couple of times. There were just a couple of familiar faces which allowed me to get into the characters. It was nice not knowing where specifically this film took place because it was irrelevant to the plot. And the closing credits, well the credits had me thanking the whole crew for getting TOGETHER on this film. A great tie-in to the flow of the entire film.

Is it hard to follow? Yes. And all the more rewarding when you do.

This is film offers cerebral stimulation rather than couch-potato viewing. If you prefer not to use your imagination to draw conclusions, if you worry about being too confused to enjoy a film, or if you would rather spend an hour-and-a-half watching plots as deep as "See Spot Run" then don't watch this movie.

However, if you liked "Brick" and enjoy well written scripts, excellent visuals, and a kind of supernatural component to your films, I highly recommend "Apart."

Don't take my word for it. Netflix instant this film.


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