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Donovan's Echo (2011)

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A series of uncanny déjà vu events force a man to re-examine his tragic past, memory, instinct, and future.

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4 wins & 6 nominations. See more awards »

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Donovan Matheson
Kyarra Willis ...
Magnolia Matheson
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Jasmine Matheson
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Finnley Boyd
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Dean Belton
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Maggie
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Susan Boyd
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Kaisha
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Maggie - 35 years
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Speaker (as Stephen Jeffreys)
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Doctor
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Kit
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Sarah
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A series of uncanny déjà vu events force a man to re-examine his tragic past, memory, instinct, and future.

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Rated PG-13 for some violent content | See all certifications »

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15 February 2012 (USA)  »

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El destino está escrito  »

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The engineer, to whom Donovan refers throughout the movie, "Andy Andreasen", is the name of one of Jim Cliffe's oldest friends, who is an architect. See more »

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In the newspaper clipping Donovan pulls out near the beginning of the movie, there is a typo. It says "Police and ambulances responded quickly to the seen.. (should be "scene"). See more »

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Don't Go Away
Written by Robert Marino
Performed by Bobby Marino
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On the edge of my seat until the end
24 October 2011 | by See all my reviews

This movie definitely has something for everyone; a brilliant story containing lots of very fascinating "what-if" scenarios, built around some unique and complex concepts. The main character's struggle with his personal demons keeps you sympathizing with his desire to right his perceived wrongs from his past.

While the character portrayals by the two veteran actors (Danny Glover and Bruce Greenwood) were as exceptional as you would expect, it is the sharp-witted character of Maggie (Natasha Calis) who instantly captured my heart.

Wonderfully written and beautifully shot, the twists and turns within the movie keep you on the edge of your seat until the end.


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