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Let Me Die Quietly (2009)

A haunted, broken-down psychic is being tortured with violent visions of murder. His unsettling "gift" is to see the last moments of a victim's time on earth. Now, as his visions become ... See full summary »

Directors:

Mitchell Reichler, Brian Michael Finn (co-director)

Writer:

Charles Casillo
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Cast

Cast overview:
Charles Casillo ... Mario
Dana Perry Dana Perry ... Gabrielle / Anna
Ian Tomaschik ... Dr. Justin Avery
Paul Coughlan Paul Coughlan ... Detective Devlin
Ian MacRae ... Stranger / Nick
Hugh C. Daly ... Priest (as Hugh Daly)
Stephan Geras Stephan Geras ... Russell
Jonathan Ledee Jonathan Ledee ... Hotel Hustler
Adam Kane Adam Kane ... Hotel Killer
Stephen Orsetti Stephen Orsetti ... Voyeur in Steam Room
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A haunted, broken-down psychic is being tortured with violent visions of murder. His unsettling "gift" is to see the last moments of a victim's time on earth. Now, as his visions become more intense, he knows that he is either going to die or get involved with a situation that might give him a little more time. His last obsession becomes to stop the death of at least one victim in his premonitions. Written by anonymous

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Sometimes the life flashing before your eyes isn't your own. See more »

Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 July 2009 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Long Island, New York, USA See more »

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Budget:

$25,000 (estimated)
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JHD productions,LMDQ See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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"Let Me Die Quietly" review
21 July 2009 | by JOYofSeeingSee all my reviews

This movie left me stunned in my seat for about 5 minutes. Perhaps because I saw this last week sandwiched between the usual festival fare, bigger-budget Hollywood independent films, and muddled low budgets. I must say "Let Me Die Quietly," really stood out. It is a gem of a find and it packs quite a visceral punch to the gut. It is moody, haunting, and in places quite riveting. "An affair between two mediums trying to stop a murder." A quick synopsis doesn't do it justice. I won't describe it any further. I'd probably make it sound like a cross between television's "The Ghost Whisperer" and "Medium." But if you are looking for the standard formula thriller you best look elsewhere. From the opening shots the atmosphere of this movie and the storyline draw you into a weird and unsettling world of death, sex, religion and betrayal. Nothing is what it seems. Danger lurks around every corner and menace creeps in between every line. The actors play their parts to perfection. There are no unusual setups, no long tracking shots, no movie-making tricks. It almost has a hidden camera feel. In fact you forget they are acting and feel they are simply following out an inevitable destiny--and they take you along for a chilling ride. These characters seduce you, repel you, enthrall you. The story will stay with you for days. It's one of those movies you want to see more than once. I strongly recommend it.


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