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Nara (2008)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 13 February 2009 (Canada)
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Content in a world of isolation that feeds his imagination, Blane lives the life of a vagabond. He crosses paths with Krista and she discovers Blane's darkest secret; his friend NARA.

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Dylan MacDonald ... Blane
... Krista
Christine Chemello ... Nara
Sean Radigan ... Dan
Jeanette Dufour ... Jeanette
... Sarah
Maxime Fulmer ... Blane - 12 years old
Ericka Nolan ... Krista - 9 years old
Hon Luong ... Restaurant Owner
Dru LeHoux ... Restaurant Staff #1
Molly ... Restaurant Staff #2
Koshini Ramaswaran ... Restaurant Staff #3 / Grocery Shopper
Chong Kwong ... Angry restaurant customer
Ken Reynolds ... Homeless man
David Iatonna ... Man on cellphone in laundromat
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Blane, a young homeless man forms an unworldly bond with Nara. Their friendship grows stronger as time passes, giving Blane something to look forward to everyday. The only problem is Nara isn't like any other friend; she's Blane's deepest and darkest secret. Written by AP

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Some secrets are not meant to be uncovered.

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Blane: I'm content with the life I've built for myself.
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Red Star Romance
Written by Matt Coverly
Bad Samaritan Records
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Amazing indie thriller
15 June 2009 | by See all my reviews

I saw Nara at the Hamilton Film Festival in 2008. This was definitely the best film I saw there during the week. I am not usually a fan of the horror/thriller genre, but this was an exception. The film took its time introducing the characters and story, not relying on cheap thrills as I've become accustomed to with so many Hollywood releases. The story itself was unique and really kept me guessing to the end. Another standout for me was the lead actor, Dylan Macdonald, who really carried the first half of the film, exploring the character of Blane with minimal use of dialogue. We were lucky enough to talk to the director Navin Ramaswaran after the screening. He was open to all our questions and I really look forward to seeing his next movie.


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