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Ecstasy (2011)

Not Rated | | Drama , Thriller | 2011 (USA)
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A single church-going mother desperately tries to save her two daughters from walking down the same dark path she was once on; and a young woman fights against addiction to a mysterious party drug.


Ryan M. Andrews (additional writing), Raymond H. Law | 1 more credit »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Christy Andersen Christy Andersen ... Alison Meyer
Ava Andersen Ava Andersen ... Young Dianna
Halle Andersen Halle Andersen ... Young Chantel
Robert Ambrose Robert Ambrose ... Mental Patient
Shelby Janes ... Nurse Claire Benette
Alex Essoe ... Helena (as Alexandra Essoe)
Bryson Jones Allman Bryson Jones Allman ... Hospital Warden (as Benjamin Clarke)
Damien Sylvester Damien Sylvester ... Mental Patient
Dylan McKewan Dylan McKewan ... Bart
Elisa King ... Dianna Meyer
Charlie Bewley ... David Lancer
Gillian Zinser ... Amanda Crawford (as Gillian Amilia Zinser)
Teagan Vincze ... Faye Bass
David Short ... Professor Kaminsky (as David Smith)
Bobby Hilborn Bobby Hilborn ... School Girl


A single church-going mother desperately tries to save her two daughters from walking down the same dark path she was once on; and a young woman fights against addiction to a mysterious party drug.

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Great soundtrack and directing
26 July 2012 | by nikkitanSee all my reviews

Despite the bad reviews I went ahead and watch the film...just really wanted to see a house music film. To my surprise the film is actually serious and deep. There are some holes in the story, like the church thing, but its minor. i thought the director did an excellent job. The acting is immersive, the cinematography is slick and the music is will satisfy your ecstasy addiction.

I didn't realize im writing a review for this film and IMDb wants me to write more. Im not really a reviewer so I will just put things in point forms.

What I love:

  • The mother's struggle with her corrupted daughter. This part really reminded me of my current relationship with my mom. She just despised my going out and partying til the morning ways. although I was responsible, she was still giving me a hard time. I get her point. It's so much better now that I don't live at home. Our relationship is 10 times better.

What I hate:

  • I hated the church playing in to the film. I thought they could have just focused on the family thing and it would have been a perfect film. They tried to incorporate too many ideas into one film and thats why that part suffered. I just didn't buy the Priest and the drugs thing.

Overall, I give this film a 8 out of 10 because its a good film that is socially relevant and it also hits home for me and some of my friends.....specially watching the bathroom scene in the club. WOW!

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