Seth and Jonah are twins with a dangerous ability: telepathy. Things start to spiral out of their control as their classmates end up dying in twisted and bizarre ways. The police suspect ...
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Seth and Jonah are twins with a dangerous ability: telepathy. Things start to spiral out of their control as their classmates end up dying in twisted and bizarre ways. The police suspect them. But, jealousy begins to divide them and soon they can no longer trust each other. Leading up to a horrific battle against themselves. Written by
The twins in this movie "Seconds Apart (2011)" are twins in real life, and play twins in several other films a few of them are "The Seeker - The Dark Rising (2007)", "Rest Stop - Don't Look Back (2008)", "Rest Stop (2006)", and of course this film "Seconds Apart (2011)". See more »
After the death of four high school students, the last two playing Russian Roulette, Detective Lampkin (Orlando Jones) investigates the case interviewing the students in the school. The teenager Katie Dunn (Jennifer Foreman) mentions the weird twins, Jonah (Edmund Entin) and Seth (Gary Entin) Trimble and Lampkin summons the brothers for interrogation. Lampkin is a traumatized man that lost his beloved wife in a fire and has deep scars not only on the face, but also in his soul.
After the deaths of Katie and the pedophile Kirby (Rusty Tennant), Lampkin learns that the twins have an evil telepathic connection and are capable to make people live their worst nightmares. He goes further in his investigation and discovers that the evil twins are the result of an experiment. However, his superiors do not trust on him and believe that he has hallucinations. Meanwhile Jonah falls in love with Eve (Samantha Droke) but his brother does not want to separate from him.
"Seconds Apart" is a creepy movie about two powerful twins that use their abilities for the evil. The story has a great atmosphere and the weirdos are scary. Unfortunately, the messy conclusion is very disappointing, but anyway this film worth to see. My vote is six.
Title (Brazil): "Sentimentos Mortais" ("Mortal Feelings")
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