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Echoes of Innocence (2005)

A contemporary high school girl hears voices and sees visions like Joan of Arc. She is torn between her commitment to a long-lost first love and her growing feelings for another.

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Nathan Todd Sims
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sara Simmonds ... Sarah
Jake McDorman ... Dave
Natalie Jones ... Beth (as Natali Jones)
Matt Vodvarka Matt Vodvarka ... Alec
Cody Linley ... Christopher
Nadir Akram Nadir Akram ... Robert
Rolanda Brigham Rolanda Brigham ... Kinion
Benjamin Dane ... Connely
Matt DeVinney Matt DeVinney ... Matt
Hector Escalante Hector Escalante ... Hector
Julie Rankin Julie Rankin ... Katy
Scottie Wilkison Scottie Wilkison ... Grandma
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Baldridge Chris Baldridge ... Extra
Anna Beddingfield Anna Beddingfield ... Ashley
Tyler Farris ... Boy at shooting (as Tyler Bucky)
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A contemporary high school girl hears voices and sees visions like Joan of Arc. She is torn between her commitment to a long-lost first love and her growing feelings for another.

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Rated PG-13 for sexual content, violence and thematic issues

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 February 2005 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Virgin See more »

Filming Locations:

Flower Mound, Texas, USA See more »

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Powerful Message in a Little Film
11 September 2005 | by rcreateSee all my reviews

What I found amazing in this first effort from director/writer Nathan Todd Simms, is that this small budgeted film packs a powerful punch. It is a brave and creative story. I don't think I have ever seen a film that took on such a controversial subject and told a story that was so engaging and imaginative. When I say controversial, I mean to say most filmmakers shy away from the sexual subject most teens struggle with. Many filmmakers take the traditional route we have all grown tired of seeing on the screen. This is a fresh approach. No, it is not a perfect film, there are some glitches – but the messages and extraordinary overall presentation make it an incredible project that succeeds on many levels. It doesn't just speak to the physical struggle within us but the spiritual forces that pull at us. I was impressed with the talent in ECHOES. In addition, the visual composition of the film is colorful and magical. Sometimes lingering a bit too long on a subject, yet it is full of color and grace. ECHOES challenges the viewer to see deeper, to feel deeper... don't attend this film expecting traditional storytelling. It is a unique combination of light and dark. It doesn't hide the dark yet it also offers a hope most films just don't seem to provide. I challenge the viewer to see beyond what is on the screen and see the true power of this little film. I predict most "religious" Christians will have some issues while the cynic will scoff at its approach, but in the end, it is a pioneering work that will hopefully open the door for more.


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