A young psychiatrist is haunted by the suicide of a patient and hovers on the verge of a breakdown. He meets an attractive representative of a secret church that promises salvation to its members.

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Nick Remy Matthews (as Nick Matthews)

Writers:

Craig Behenna, Nick Remy Matthews (as Nick Matthews)
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Credited cast:
Tilda Cobham-Hervey ... Grace
Mark Leonard Winter ... Travis
Sara West ... Sarah
Steve Le Marquand ... Father Jay
Nic English ... Toby
Matt Crook ... Marcus
Elena Carapetis ... Kate
Craig Behenna ... Tom
Tess O'Flaherty ... Farm Community Member
Kate Cheel Kate Cheel ... Rachel (as Katy Cheel)
Sebastian Freeman Sebastian Freeman ... Ben
Adom Carter Adom Carter ... Train Commuter (as Adom Kartor)
Gem O'Flaherty Gem O'Flaherty ... Farm Community Member
Guy O'Grady Guy O'Grady ... Hipster
Lachlan Wilson Lachlan Wilson ... Andy
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Storyline

Travis is a thirty-something psychiatrist haunted by the death of a former patient. On the brink of a nervous breakdown, he stumbles across a group run by a charismatic leader, Father Jay. In search of answers, Travis is led deeper and deeper into the underworld of a doomsday cult, where he meets Grace, a mysterious teenage girl. When the cult comes under attack from the outside world, Travis must risk his life to save his soul. Written by BK

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Fear your salvation. See more »

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Drama | Thriller

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The use of The Humming chorus from Madame Butterfly by Giacomo Puccini is a reference to Jennifer 8 that utilized the same track. The 90s Bruce Robinson thriller is a favorite of co-writers Nick Remy Matthews and Craig Behenna. See more »

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Grace: In the land of the blind the one eyed girl is queen.
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Campfire
Written by Michael Darren
Performed by Chris Parkinson, Robyn Chalklin, Michael Darren, Naomi Tillett, Michael Green
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Vague, disjointed, contrived.
27 December 2015 | by tim-arnold777See all my reviews

I swear I didn't dose off at in the first 45 minutes of this film, but it really seemed as though there were big gaping holes in the story. Really got tired of these tedious cult people forcing him to drink some gunk which he invariably upchucks. The story inched along, didn't pick up pace and left me feeling as though I was standing on a dark corner waiting for a ride at 3am. Would not recommend to anyone. Another of many Superchillin offerings that tout better than a 7.2 stars on IMDb, but when I actually come here, find it's a good 2 stars lower rated. 3 reviews are not a wide enough base to feasibly rate a film. The producer, director and main character could have logged on and given it rave reviews, but this was nothing close to the quality or content I would expect from a 7.2 star movie.


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 April 2015 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Lost Girl - Fürchte die Erlösung See more »

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Budget:

AUD1,100,000 (estimated)
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Projector Films See more »
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2.35 : 1
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