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Minds of Glass (2011)

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A young film maker attempts to escape a manipulative and seductive woman from his past. Dylan Bowie is a young talented film maker must survive a series of assaults from a disgruntled actress at his Highland Retreat.

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Chris Somerville ...
Dylan Bowie
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Sophie Ducasse
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Doctor Wells
Ewan Macfarlane ...
Johnny
Hayley Rankine ...
Christina
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The Actor
Ross Ireland ...
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Roy Macfarlane ...
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John McGlone ...
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Nicola Muldoon ...
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Carly Hendrick ...
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Tony McKechnie ...
Crewman
Jerry Brannigan ...
Consultant
Andrew Darragh ...
Orderly
John McShane ...
Patient
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A young film maker attempts to escape a manipulative and seductive woman from his past. Dylan Bowie is a young talented film maker must survive a series of assaults from a disgruntled actress at his Highland Retreat.

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Wilderness composer Martin Low was originally schedule to write the film's music score but had to step down after suffering a trapped nerve and schedule conflicts. See more »

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A lo budget thriller that will keep you hooked until the end
10 February 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed the film a lot and it's a great example of ambition overcoming money as the story is very well told despite it's micro budget.

It's by no means perfect but when it's over you won't be disappointed you watched.

There are some truly beautiful shots in the film that show off the locations brilliantly and the score is wonderful throughout.

The performances of both lead actors are strong and alongside Bill Murdoch they bring the story to life very well.

If you enjoy a good thriller and can handle (or even prefer) the lack of Hollywood sheen then you should definitely give this a go.


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