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Audrey Rose (1977)
Why it affected me
I didn't know what to expect when I chose this film out of many in the Netflix horror section, but the title and production year brought hopes of classic eeriness ala The Exorcist or The Omen. Instead I ended up with a deep empathy for the trapped little soul hiding inside Ivy. We can all remember being young and scared and all we want is to run to our mom or dad. That very primal emotion welled up in me when she frantically made her way to Anthony Hopkins to find comfort. A lot of scenes brought back Exorcist-like fears but they were quickly dissolved by the harmless nature of the little lost spirit. Sure the girl's acting was a bit stale here and there but the rest of the cast more than made up for it. In the end it was a very good movie that may bring you back to a few childhood emotions. P.S. It was cool to see Sir Anthony use some Judo. ;)
Conversations with God (2006)
This changed my thoughts for the better
After catching the preview before a Deepak film, I thought it would be some kind of uplifting story so I Netflixed CWG. This prompted me to buy book 1 of the series. I've never been so floored by a book. I couldn't stop reading it. I finally found answers in this book that I've always assumed were true but it didn't click until this book. I've never felt closer to God as I do now because it's not tainted with some organized religious spin. I actually almost teared up driving when I felt a real connection inside. I know this all sounds wishy washy but I'm speaking the truth. I'm cautious though when I tell others about this book. People always think that I'm pushing some religion on them when really it's quite the opposite. Do yourself a favor if you have an open mind. Read this book. The movie is a good start as well..
Giulietta degli spiriti (1965)
Life's truth found in this film....
Heaven and Hell would be found for her. The frightening images were symbolic of human fear. Did you notice how everything changed when she dismissed it? Nice work and truly a masterpiece in more than just a theatrical way. I've been studying this concept for a while now and it's funny how this movie came along and stated it in such an artistic way. Each scene was so very detailed and I felt a surge of tension each time the woman burning on the fence would show up. It's incredible to just sit and admire the scenery. I'm looking forward to watching this film over and over again and urge anyone watching to keep an eye out for the eternal truth that lies within the picture.