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Great Indie film from a talented cast and crew you shouldn't miss!!
Like one of the earlier reviewers I was initially drawn to this film after seeing the incredible film "Ink." The lead character, Julia, was portrayed perfectly by Jessica Duffy. Marty Lindsey mixed well his chemistry with Duffy as a husband and wife in dire need of help with their crumbling marriage and a past that is haunting them both. When the couple takes a weekend trip to a remote cabin in the Colorado Rockies, things begin to get darker and the mystery unfolds, as others have said, in a slow burn. The film is beautifully shot and well edited, with only a few minor flaws. But this is one of the reasons I love Indie films so much. I'm consistently amazed at the quality of work that is made by these guerrilla film makers. Duffy has a mastery of her emotions when she acts. True terror, paranoia, grief, those are all very difficult to perform well, and in the Inner Room...she nails it!! This is a film of perception, doubt, fear, distrust, instability , all of which devolves into Julia questioning herself, her husband, her sanity. I was thrilled that the story was a "who dun it? What dun it? Is what is happening even happening?" kind of psychological thriller!! It kept me squirming in my seat and wondering where this journey was taking me! If you're looking for $500,000,000 Hollywood cookie-cutter crap with the same rehashed stories, then this ain't it! This is fresh and new and from what I've seen of the quality of work coming out the Colorado area Indie scene then great things lie ahead!! Well done Inner Room!!!
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