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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 overview:
Charles Casillo ... Mario
Dana Perry Dana Perry ... Gabrielle / Anna
Ian Tomaschik 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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Death is never what it seems. See more »

Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Relaxed into Intrigue
17 October 2009 | by amsy55See all my reviews

I saw Let me Die Quietly at a festival last week and I have been turning it over in my head for days this film really left me thinking ....and I loved it.

The slow pace allowed me to relax and absorbed the characters, Mario grabbed me and took me on his journey of wanting more in his life, the loathing he had of his visions and the torture it gave him. The development and honesty of the character really gave you the ability to root for Mario causing you to become suspicious of all the other characters because you were bonded to Mario by his vulnerability in the very first scene of the movie.

The audience became enveloped with the twist and turns of the intrigue in this film Noir' allowing you to be unable to resist rooting for Mario to get just a little peace of mind. Even with the seedy sex scene in the movie theatre and steam room you are still overcome with his honesty as a human being and his want of a normal quiet life.

The Cast all gave excellent performances and were credits to their characters with outstanding performances by Charles Casillo, Dana Perry and Paul Coughlin. If you sat and relaxed into the story line of this film the performance by these three actors really do put you on the edge of your seat by the end of the film.


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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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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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