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Soulmate (2013)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery | 12 July 2014 (USA)
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Widowed Audrey retreats to an isolated Welsh cabin after a failed suicide attempt, to recuperate. Still haunted by the tragic death of her husband and struggling with her psychosis, she begins to hear strange noises.


Axelle Carolyn


Axelle Carolyn
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Cast overview:
Anna Walton ... Audrey
Tom Wisdom ... Douglas
Tanya Myers Tanya Myers ... Theresa
Nick Brimble ... Dr. Zellaby
Emma Cleasby ... Alex
Guy Armitage Guy Armitage ... Tristan
Rebecca Kiser ... Nell
Amelia Tyler ... Nell (voice)
Felix Coles Felix Coles ... Young Theresa
Anubis Anubis ... Anubis


Widowed Audrey retreats to an isolated Welsh cabin after a failed suicide attempt, to recuperate. Still haunted by the tragic death of her husband and struggling with her psychosis, she begins to hear strange noises.

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She Thought She Was Alone


Horror | Mystery


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Release Date:

12 July 2014 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Родственная душа See more »

Filming Locations:

Brecon, Powys, Wales, UK


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£600,000 (estimated)
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Sound Mix:

Matrix Surround


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Took 24 days to shoot. Neil Marshal has a cameo. See more »

Alternate Versions

For the UK release, the BBFC requested compulsory cuts to the pre-credits suicide sequence, as they felt that the risk of imitation was too high to be acceptable even at the 18 category, given the level of detailed focus on the suicide technique shown in the scene. The original cuts requested totaled sixteen seconds but the director, Axelle Carolyn, felt that implementing those cuts seemed to romanticize the suicide, so she instead cut out the entire scene. See more »

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16 July 2014 | by MelissaZaroskiSee all my reviews

Audrey (Anna Walton) is a recent, young widow who is plagued by the premature death of her husband. She attempts suicide to escape her pain, but her failure leads her to an even deeper depression. She escapes to a remote cottage in the Wales countryside to be in solitude and to work on her music once again. Audrey soon hears noises coming from a locked room in the cottage, only to eventually learn that it is haunted by the previous owner, Douglas Talbot (Tom Wisdom). Axelle creates suspense, both with the accompanying music score and with the camera. However, the jump-in-your-seat shocks happen when you least expect them! I admit, I flinched several times and on one occasion, actually let out a quick scream, much to my embarrassment. Instead of running away from her ghostly house mate, Audrey befriends him, much to his amazement. Their friendship develops beautifully; each one helping the other cope with the torments of their past. There is a love for one another, one much deeper than the other, though.

Anna is superb as Audrey; you feel her pain along with her, often with a knot in your stomach as she tries to make it through each day. As her tension relaxes with her new supernatural friend, you experience the warm, fuzzy feelings during their unique moments of camaraderie. Simple gestures, such as playing chess together (as Douglas struggles to move the pieces to the desired space with his energy), leaves you with a sweet smile. And when Audrey feels terror, you feel it with her.

This film is unlike any you have seen Tom Wisdom in before; his true acting colors shine through in his portrayal of Douglas. Tormented from his past, he has struggled for thirty years in loneliness as no one has ever been able to see or hear him until Audrey came along. As Audrey asks him personal questions, his silent stares make you uncomfortable, which is precisely what he was aiming for. From his sweet, gentle demeanor to his explosive anger, Tom flexes his acting chops in the film. You adore him and are completely terrified of him all in two hours. His deathly makeup only adds to the character, making him completely believable as a long-dead man.

I always enjoy twists at the end of films that I didn't see coming, which Axelle delivers perfectly. An ending that one doesn't anticipate in the least, I actually heard some quiet gasps in the audience around me (myself included). The film was dark, Gothic, hauntingly romantic, and in a word, fantastic.

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