Linked by a rare psychological disorder, Noah Greene and Emily Gates must uncover the mystery of a tragic past in order to find hope for the future.


Aaron Rottinghaus


Josh Danziger (story), Aaron Rottinghaus (story) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Olesya Rulin ... Emily Gates
Josh Danziger ... Noah Greene
Bruce McGill ... Dr. Thomas Abner
Joey Lauren Adams ... Dr. Jane Sheppard
Michael Bowen ... Teddy Berg
Sue Rock ... Julie Gates
David Born ... Joseph Greene
Jason Davis ... Oliver Greene
Shiree Nelson ... Kelly Corrigan
Brandon Todd Brandon Todd ... #55
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Chris Binum Chris Binum ... David Littleton
Harry Buonocore Harry Buonocore ... Young Noah Greene
Scott De La Cruz Scott De La Cruz ... Friend of #55
Marissa Garrison Marissa Garrison ... Bar Patron
Charlie Guillen Charlie Guillen ... Russ the Bartender


When a pair of star-crossed lovers are forced apart by fate it's up to them to right the future. As they fall deeper in love, they experience visions of a deadly future - those around them are doomed to die. Within days their premonitions become reality as their friends start dying around them. As the visions intensify, it becomes clear that the next people to die will be them. The couple has to choose between remaining together and hurting those around them, or staying apart forever. Written by Cinemavault

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Damned Together. Condemned By Fate.


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A work of art, new enough to be over criticized. Always happens when you do something different.
22 October 2012 | by gilbertnateSee all my reviews

I loved this movie! Simply put if you don't like art films don't watch it. You won't like it. However if you do like movies that give you a new beautiful experience, you'll probably like it. Phenomenal soundtrack! This is a very dreamscape esk film. Your not going to get the straight forward everything laid out from beginning to end experience like you do with most movies and that bothers a lot of people hence the poor rating. I thought the acting was excellent as well as the cinematography. I personally love the dreaming emotionally driven films(and music) so this movie was right up my ally. I normally don't write reviews but the poor rating that this movie was given on IMDb I felt was very unfair for how good it was. I understand it is a taste thing. It is just unfortunate that preference is mistaken for quality. If you like this type of movie, you can rest assured that it is of quality. This movie is kinda along the lines of Donnie Darko or The Butterfly effect as style and feeling and younger characters just with less of a budget. Despite the lack of budget though unlike some independent films you don't really notice. The film quality and acting If you like those movies I think you'll like this one.

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1 February 2011 (USA) See more »

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Richmond, Texas, USA See more »


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