Thirty some years ago, in the back woods somewhere in NC... a young Rob Spencer is given a ghastly task...his mother gives birth to a stillborn child... The Doctor tells him to bury the bundle ...so Rob does... Present day... Despite his nightmares, Rob is moving up in the world he is moving into a house in Concord's historic district with the hopes to fix it up.... He works for the Mayors office as the assistant city manager and after buying a ring, he is getting the courage up to ask his girlfriend Amy to marry him. On the same day he moves into his house and Rob's life seems to be ready to soar... a murder happens across town. Rob's nightmares seem to come alive when he receives a box and his childhood memories flood his thoughts... His world begins to unravel and he feels paralyzed. Soon all fingers seem to point to ROB as the killer. The murder in Concord, brings ex-FBI agent Ethan McNichol out of retirement and he picks up the case he had worked on for years prior to retiring...... Written by
Michael Davis and Brett Gentile
I was on the edge of my seat throughout the whole movie, but enjoyed the inter-dispersing of comic relief and a totally unexpected ending. Don't let your friends tell you the ending. The acting is very professional and fast paced. I am so impressed that it was accepted into the 2015 Cannes Film Festival and await the results. The production company, Uptone Pictures, has also released other must-see movies, "Destiny Road" and "A Long Way Off", among others. They are currently working on a movie about two Civil War Union soldiers' escape from a Confederate prison camp, and the help they received from slaves to find their way back to Union lines. Look for the release of this movie, "Union Bound", in 2015.
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