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Third Contact (2013)

Dr David Wright's emotional torment now prevents him from functioning as a therapist. The woman he has loved has vanished from his life 'forever'. Rene Maurer, one of his regular patients, ... See full summary »

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Simon Horrocks
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Credited cast:
Oliver Browne Oliver Browne ... Karl
Zara Day ... David's Lover
Cristiana Dell'Anna ... Teresa
Kristina Erdely ... Helen
Geraldine Gallavardin Geraldine Gallavardin ... Dr. Moser
Andrew Lawden ... Pablo
Jannica Olin ... Erika Maurer
Marcus Phokou Marcus Phokou ... Office Worker / Driver
Virginia Popova Virginia Popova ... Enigmatic Woman
Tim Scott-Walker Tim Scott-Walker ... Dr. David Wright
John Kay Steel ... Second Contact
Simeon Willis ... First Contact
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Dr David Wright's emotional torment now prevents him from functioning as a therapist. The woman he has loved has vanished from his life 'forever'. Rene Maurer, one of his regular patients, has died - an apparent suicide. Rene's sister, Erika, traveling to London to sort out his things, discovers something curious - his apartment is almost empty. A cup, a spoon, a fork, a knife, frames without pictures, torn photos... One more curiosity - a list of memories. Four dated descriptions of moments in Rene's life. Another patient dies. Another list of memories. There's something strange going on. Something sinister behind these 'suicides'... Written by Anonymous

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English

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5 December 2013 (UK) See more »

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Visually beautiful, but....
10 September 2017 | by AvengingInCamdenSee all my reviews

I wonder, after reading the reviews and seeing the huge "thank you "credits in the end of the film, if all these people reviewing this as a master piece had part in the production or are friends. The photography is beautiful, I agree on that, most of the camera work is really good, and it is definitely a good piece visually - most of the time- when taking into account how little money it cost. The story line though, is lacking, only the main character is well developed and the acting, especially in a couple of the female characters, is ... lets say not believable. I found it slow, and only went until the end because I thought there would be a point....but I didn't find it. Visually, wonderful in the most, but if I had payed what cinema costs these days (something around £10 depends where?) I would have been a bit annoyed.


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