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After a recent tragedy, Tom Brueggeman and his family move to the old farm where they discover a large tree that gives them cryptic visions of their future. While his wife Ellie, and ... See full summary »

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Bill Elverman (screenplay), Bill Elverman (story) | 1 more credit »
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2 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
Bill Elverman ... Tom Brueggeman
Kate Berry Kate Berry ... Ellie Brueggeman
Avery Laine Avery Laine ... Katie Brueggeman
Jeff Garretson ... John Ellison
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Susan Calnin Susan Calnin ... Karen Hayes
Bill Porps Bill Porps ... Richard Krisky
Matt Staudemeyer Matt Staudemeyer ... Jed
Matt Taylor Matt Taylor ... Don Simmons / Hank Crockett (voice)
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After a recent tragedy, Tom Brueggeman and his family move to the old farm where they discover a large tree that gives them cryptic visions of their future. While his wife Ellie, and daughter Katie seem to welcome the mysterious phenomenon, Tom struggles with what appears to be a vision of his own demise. Written by Michael R Steinbeck

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I'm seeing my inglorious end...

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Drama | Horror | Sci-Fi

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USA

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English

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17 May 2007 (USA) See more »

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Hebron, Illinois, USA See more »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Tom Brueggeman: More and more intense. Every day I am seeing the future. I am seeing my glorious end. The tree is telling me the story of my death.
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Better with a re-edit
13 March 2008 | by liquidfilmsprodSee all my reviews

The premise was good, but I found the movie losing focus, or not driving the theme home enough. There was a lot of talk about visions but maybe only 2 fulfillments (The wife's father and the little girls, who's seemed self-fulfilling.).

The cinematography was, in general pretty well done, however there were a couple of soft focus shots that were heard to get over.

I thought the story could have been tightened up by 5-10 minutes. The dad was a bit too brooding. It made the end very predictable. The final vision however was brilliant.

And for God's sake get a chainsaw.


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