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Indigo (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Mystery, Thriller | March 2014 (USA)
A successful photographer and recovering heroin addict tries to solve a mystery and conquer his demons after his son is kidnapped.
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Credited cast:
Skyler Pinkerton ... Eli Casey
Dana Pelevine Dana Pelevine ... Cathy Casey
Nicholas Brendon ... Gary
Madeleine James Madeleine James ... Annie
Taso Mikroulis ... Sean
Lance R. Marshall ... Ryan
Naomi McDougall Jones ... Lizzy
Janice Mann ... Group Leader
Chase LaMora Chase LaMora ... Lee Casey
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Oz Ejike Agu Oz Ejike Agu ... Groom
Nelson Antonio Nelson Antonio ... Sean's Wingman
Fanny Benitez Fanny Benitez ... Art Gallery Patron
Trevor Browa Trevor Browa ... Art Gallery Patron
Diana Cherkas ... Bride
Rachel Jane Conn ... Art Gallery Patron


Eli Casey, an up-and-coming photographer and recovering heroin addict, implodes after his son is kidnapped. He separates from his wife. He stops working. He gives up. As a favor to his agent, Eli begrudgingly agrees to shoot a wedding. While there, he takes a picture of a suspicious couple who offer to bribe him in return for deleting certain photos. Eli refuses. The next day, Eli discovers that the flower girl at the wedding disappeared and Eli sets out to conquer his demons and save the girl. Written by JHS

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Sometimes you just can't escape who you are.


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Pretty bad
12 August 2018 | by gangamati-1See all my reviews

The above reviewer is probably connected to the film because you see they feel the need to defend the "coincidences" in Indigo, which are just absurd (not to mention they suggest what methods you can pay for this film now!). The main character's child is kidnapped in the opening and later he gets involved with the perpetrator through happenstance. It's absurd and completely transgresses the suspension of disbelief. But worse than that the dialog is ham-handed and painful at times. The plot is riddled with so many basic oversights (for example, apparently it's impossible to make copies of digital files in this world; or the police don't take a kidnapping seriously despite the lead character having received the ransom call from the victim's phone; and they are many more) that it's hard to take it seriously at all. This is one of those films that you may not be able to predict what happens next but when you're done you feel you wasted 90 minutes.

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March 2014 (USA) See more »

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