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Mind Forest (2003)

Tale of a young woman haunted by centuries old visions of Plymouth, Massachusetts from 1631. Cassandra attends the wake of her great grandmother, Zelda, while visiting her hometown. There ... See full summary »

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James R. Prince

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James R. Prince
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Credited cast:
Lauren Maher ... Cassandra
Jeff Marchelletta ... Michael
Helen Yeoman Helen Yeoman ... Ashley
Kami Knake Kami Knake ... Lori
Adam Daniel ... Lance
Annie Neal ... Megan
Dai Lily Dawson Dai Lily Dawson ... Elizabeth
Jimmy Famous Jimmy Famous ... Recurring Ghost Swordsman
Heather Moore Byerley Heather Moore Byerley ... Rebecca
Arawyn Walays Arawyn Walays ... Colonist / Accused Witch
Stephanie Taylor-Zarrab Stephanie Taylor-Zarrab ... Shopkeeper
Angela Reardon Angela Reardon ... Waitress
Steven Nelson ... Swordsman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jay Andrews Jay Andrews ... Cafe Patron
Dai Lili Dawson Dai Lili Dawson ... Elizabeth
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Tale of a young woman haunted by centuries old visions of Plymouth, Massachusetts from 1631. Cassandra attends the wake of her great grandmother, Zelda, while visiting her hometown. There was always something "witchy" about Zelda and the two were very close. Cassandra finds a mysterious trunk upstairs in the loft of her girlhood home left to her by her great grandmother. Unlocking the chest opens a doorway to 1631 Plymouth and sends her on a strange journey of self-discovery. Cassandra, fiercely independent and strong-willed, must find answers. Before leaving her hometown, and with the help of her two girlhood friends, Lori, a partying free-spirit, and Ashley, serious and reserved, Cassandra struggles to understand the ghosts invading her world. The three friends are witches on a quest, and a moonlit ritual offers an alarming burst of visions. On the drive home to Seattle, her boyfriend, Michael, wonders if Cassandra is losing it. Michael is a practical sort and tells Cassandra she's ... Written by James Prince

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witch | witchcraft | See All (2) »

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Find Your Way.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 July 2003 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Escondido, California, USA See more »

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Enchanting and Suspenseful
26 May 2006 | by Andrew SwallowSee all my reviews

This movie was one that keeps you wondering to the very end. It will mesmerize capturing your full attention during the movie. This movie in my opinion is better than Practical Magic which is one of my favorite films.

From the beginning to the end you feel as if you are right there in the movie following and searching with Cassandra for your true self. This movie encourages you to be open and find your own awakening your own path in life and teaches you to let your power flow.

Every other comment tells of the movie enough if I'm to say anymore than what they said, it would ruin the movie.

This movie is for pagans, wicca, and everyone else you loves this genre.

BLESSED BE!


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