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Windcroft (2007)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller | 10 July 2007 (USA)
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On a remote farm in the sweeping hills of Pennsylvania, three lives are torn apart by love, abandonment, deception and murder.

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Joe Ryan ... John
Vanessa Daniels ... Diane
Monica Knight ... Mindy
Ray Wasik ... Murray
... Sandra (as Amanda Knox)
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Geoff Mosher ... Witty Kitty
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After the death of his father, John and his new wife, Diane, claim the estate. But, his father bequeathed to him more than just the family farm. As John's past catches up with him, family ties are tightened to a noose, and secrets crack the very foundation of house and home. Written by Anonymous

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You reap what you sow.

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Chilling character-driven thriller
28 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

Where did this film come from? I saw this at a festival here in Oklahoma over the weekend and it blew away the competition. It was like a cross between The Shining and Wuthering Heights, with strong characters and and a seemingly standard love story - but then it all goes crazy and turns into this scary thriller. It caught me completely off guard.

The acting was amazing, even for a cast of unknowns. The two female roles were very strong, and the lead actor seems a bit blah at first but then as the movie progressed, he got more and more sinister and frightening, ending with a performance that rivals some of Hitchcock's better villains. (The fact that I never saw the actors before this film made it more believable, and I was easily swept into the story).

The score (and the photography) was unbelievable too. It looked like a "Hollywood" movie instead of some crummy video. The rest of the movies at the fest were mediocre compared to the quality of WINDCROFT. It really is a MUST SEE for anyone who likes a truly independent film, and a great story.


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