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A poor young Scandinavian immigrant couple winds up in Canada in search of prosperity, but the hardship of the Great Depression takes a toll in a way they never feared when they went in search of the dream.
Nikolaj Lie Kaas,
A teen angst thriller at a high school gripped by an apparent curse that claims the life of a senior every year. Story follows a senior, Chrissie, who is skeptical, and another, Tracy, who believes that she may be the next victim.
A film noir story that's worthy of the star power that drives it.
It's difficult to find many films today that demand your attention when not involving battling robots, superheroes or a bunch of buddies celebrating ANOTHER sleepless night in Vegas. Movies that have deeper motives usually fall by the waist side in theaters. But thanks to digital streaming and word of mouth through social media, films like this can strive forward and be seen by people who almost a decade ago still didn't have the advantages we have now in that aspect. The movie itself carries much weight with its stars, who bring a raw dynamic that helps not only shape the movie, but noticeably shape the actors as well. Lucas Till and Kyle Schmid have excellent chemistry together that is increased by the steady and focused directing that kept the pace exactly where it needed to be. Sonja Kinski is as beautiful as she is intimidating, with a role that reminds one of Lisbeth Salander from "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo" with still stands out on its own as a very dark and real performance. I highly recommend this film to fans of the noir genre, and I recommend it to all who are looking for a daring and enthralling film they won't soon forget.
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