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Interwoven stories of people in India and US as they face dilemmas of life time in the months leading to the biggest Industrial disaster in human history that claimed 10,000 innocent lives within a few hours. Inspired by real events.
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Story follows Sophia, who is severely depressed after the deaths of both her parents within six months. Convinced that the Afterlife is mere oblivion, and that this life is meaningless, she retreats within herself, only to be drawn out of her depressive funk by an unexpected romance with a man named Adam. After Adam disappears mysteriously into the depths of a haunted apartment building, Sophia vows to pursue him, even if it means walking over the threshold into the realm of death. Written by
I Will Follow You Into the Dark is a remarkable film that I was pleasantly surprised seeing after reading some of the most hateful comments by dried out frustrated and possibly overworked (why all their acrimony? Did Director Mark Edwin Robinson hit a nerve?) Critics.
The film starts in a place where most of us have been or will be at sometime in our lives- at the side of a dying loved one. Sophia Monet (Mischa Barton) has had all she has ever loved taken away and is in a situation many can relate to- being afraid to love and lose again.
We feel the depth of her soul, wanting to hole up and keep isolated so she can never be hurt again. But as fate would have it she finds the perfect man in Adam played by Ryan Eggold (Blacklist NBC, 90210.) We follow their growing relationship despite Sophia's self-protecting best judgment.
The film is shot in colors and tones that take us visually and musically into a spirit world that is as unknown to us as it is chilling! It's a ride you won't forget and a movie you won't stop talking about.
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