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Mark's Secret to Eternal Life (2013)

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18-year-old Mark wakes up in a parallel world where no one knows who he is - not his family, friends or girlfriend - and discovers that he and all the people he loves will soon die a painful death.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Phillip Gay Phillip Gay ... Andrew James
Marc Maynon Marc Maynon ... Mark Roberts
Katelynn Dubow Katelynn Dubow ... Katherine
Tammie Smalls ... Gloria
Bryan Hurd Bryan Hurd ... Frank Roberts
Paul Robert Walsh Paul Robert Walsh ... The Old Man
Christopher Borden Christopher Borden ... David
Archie Archambo ... Scott Fletch
Scarlett McQuaide Scarlett McQuaide ... Maggie
Tannisse Tuttrup Tannisse Tuttrup ... Real Estate Office Employee
Ashley Macias Ashley Macias ... Social Security Office Visitor
Debbie Britt ... Nurse On Intercom (voice) (as Debbie Britt-Hay)
Taylor Hay ... Child Killer Victim (voice)
Spencer Owens Spencer Owens ... Wounded Civil War Soldier (voice)
Brian Keith Walker Sr. Brian Keith Walker Sr. ... Serial Killer (voice)


18-year-old Mark wakes up in a parallel world where no one knows who he is - not his family, friends or girlfriend - and discovers that he and all the people he loves will soon die a painful death. To stay alive, Mark is taught how to absorb the life force of dead people. With the help his new friend Andrew, Mark seeks a new way so that both he and everyone he loves can live forever. Written by Anonymous

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1 November 2013 (USA) See more »

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How could I describe this movie?
20 October 2018 | by Enrique-Sanchez-56See all my reviews

It is hard to find the adjective and nouns to explain how this movie left me. If I call it Sci-Fi, I would be wrong. Similarly, if I pegged it Horror, Drama, Mystery or any other genre, I would be wrong.

This is a movie that slowly creeps up on you. Until you realize, as Mark's character did, that you are in too deep and there is nowhere to go.

There are a few things to say: the acting by the two principals was mesmerizing, the director molded each character, each scene with a clarity one rarely sees, not even in the most ambitious independent projects.

Here the storytelling was the central core, and it was told well. Set aside any observations over any of the special effects, they were far and away the least important aspect of the story.

It was a story with so many layers, all within a simple premise of achieving eternal life. I challenge anyone to find a similar movie. Anywhere. That was told this well.

I won't delve into the story, because that would ruin the entire experience. Suffice it to say, that I highly recommend it to anyone who is searching for a film that will leave you thinking about all of the layers this very director/writer has created.

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