Anna Ivers returns home to her sister Alex after a stint in a mental hospital, though her recovery is jeopardized thanks to her cruel stepmother. Her dismay quickly turns to horror when she is visited by ghastly visions of her dead mother.
Mourning the loss of her brother/collaborator, a young rocker struggles to write music while juggling a husband, two kids, and a mysterious new guitarist who will stop at nothing to become the most important person in her life. Written by
While the end credits spell actor names correctly, the opening credits misspell Frances Fisher as "Francis" with an "I" and mesh the name of Marlene Forte with her character (Dr. Ortiz) to present it as "Marlene Ortez." See more »
Sometimes its easy to push another persons buttons. It's even easier to do so, when you're not showing your full self. In this case this happens to a young female singer who seems to be very vulnerable. Though that seems to be a stretch considering she is married to Cam Gigandet (well the character he is portraying).
Of course there is more than a few moments where the viewer will be shaking their head, at what the singer is doing. But then again, this is way better than some other recent movies with a same story line. The sex scenes are not very steamy, which is intended, but the very first one could easily be discussed and ripped apart. Other movies have had problems with similar evolving scenes ... Whatever the case, this is a decent effort, until the end (with some extra juice and some extra twists)
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