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Shattered Lives (2009)

When Rachel, a seemingly innocent girl, is unable to cope with everyday situations her fears manifest into an altered state of reality. She sees things that adults cannot and believes things that others deny.

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Carl Lindbergh

Writer:

Carl Lindbergh
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Cast

Credited cast:
Lindsey Leino ... Rachel (young)
Joe Stezar Joe Stezar ... Ryan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Skyler Caleb ... Rob
Ellyse Deanna Ellyse Deanna ... Lisa
Wendy Dominguez Wendy Dominguez ... Melo
Gary Kohn ... Michael
Brianna Nakutis Brianna Nakutis ... Tiffany
Scott Mitchell Nelson Scott Mitchell Nelson ... Robert
Jon Overgaauw Jon Overgaauw ... Melo
Christina Rosenberg ... Rachel (old)
Lucia Sullivan ... Jennie
Aigi Vahing ... Real Estate Agent
Jeffrey Zukowski Jeffrey Zukowski ... John
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Storyline

Her fears and inability to cope with the harsh realities of life becoming so intense that they manifest themselves in an altered state of reality, a schizophrenic girl begins taking orders from a pair of clown dolls who instruct her to murder her adulterous mother. Written by Amit Gaind

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doll | erotica | panties | blood | knife | See All (11) »

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Her fear was her reality.

Genres:

Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong bloody violence, language and brief sexuality

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This movie was ruined by the budget
20 April 2011 | by Steve12321See all my reviews

Unfortunately, I can not recommend this film. If there were more money invested into the technical and casting aspects of the movie, I have a feeling it would have been a great movie. However, an awful mess of poor acting, miserable (emphasis on the miserable) audio mixing, and poor direction earn this film a 1. The storyline is quite predictable, however you can't help but feel sorry for Rachel. Yes, the "dolls" are creepy, however the negative aspects described above greatly outweigh any potential there could have been with them (especially the trite robot voices). The only reason I watched past the 15 minute mark was out of sheer morbid curiosity.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

22 December 2009 (USA) See more »

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ANOC Productions See more »
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