Sarah Duncliffe is pregnant and suicidal. She is married to a man she does not love, stalked by an abusive ex boyfriend, and haunted by a dead girl who stares at her with a bloated bluish ...
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Sarah Duncliffe is pregnant and suicidal. She is married to a man she does not love, stalked by an abusive ex boyfriend, and haunted by a dead girl who stares at her with a bloated bluish face and sad, questioning eyes. After a mishap, Sarah is instructed by her doctor to stay in bed. Begrudgingly she does. That is, until a strange older man moves in next door. A man with black teeth and an odd habit of sneaking into Sarah's yard to steal weeds. Emboldened by curiosity, Sarah sneaks into her neighbor's yard - only to be locked inside a greenhouse. After she breaks a glass pane to escape, she cuts herself and faints. Sarah wakes and learns the neighbor had treated her wound with a strange herbal ointment and brought her to the hospital. Eventually Sarah gets up the nerve to introduce herself to her next door neighbor. They form a fast friendship and, when Sarah sneaks a look into his picture scrapbook, she discovers an amazing secret. He's the same age in nearly every picture - ... Written by
This is a great thought provoking movie. I really enjoyed the twists and turns in Blessid. The story was so unique that I couldn't anticipate anything throughout the movie. It kept me on the edge of my seat and had tremendous visual effects. Very well scripted and well done by both the actors and crew. It was nice to walk away from the film knowing you saw something very unique from the main screen movies today, but it had the same great production and value. I really liked the trailer for the film, but was very pleased that it didn't give away many of the plot twists that were in the film. Something that is rare these days. Great story and will strongly recommend to others.
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