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Look Again (2015)

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About to end it all, a man is visited by his guardian angel who gives him a special pair of glasses that enable him to see if a person is good or bad.


Daniel O'Connor


Daniel O'Connor
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Credited cast:
Brittany Allen ... Tanya
Christian Potenza ... Sebastian
Eugene Clark ... Clarence
Joel Keller ... Brad
Marie Dame ... Lynn
Anand Rajaram ... Amit Gupta
Donald Burda ... Norm Steeles
Collette Micks ... Maxine
Joshua Hinkson ... Server
Adriano Sobretodo Jr. ... Winston Mercado
Ronica Sajnani Ronica Sajnani ... Poonam
Brendan Halloran Brendan Halloran ... Barrista Brendan
Al Maini Al Maini ... Sandeep
Darryl Dinn ... Finley
Chris Whitby ... Jurgen


On the verge of ending it all, a man is visited by his guardian angels who give him a special pair of glasses that enable him to see who is good and who is bad. He quickly finds a way to turn his newfound ability into a money-making venture. Soon, however, his tendency to quickly judge others has a surprising impact on his friendships - and his life. Written by Daniel O'Connor

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November 2015 (USA) See more »

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When "Knowing" Becomes Harmful
8 July 2016 | by Raj JawaSee all my reviews

A fresh moral story about the idea of intuition versus having the power to know the future, or in this film, know someone's intention or aura. An impressive, human interest feature about relationships and human nature, as touching as it is funny.

Off the top, I love an Indian lead. Anand Rajaram is very strong and pairs well with equally strong female lead Brittany Allen; you can definitely feel the chemistry between them, it's believable. Powerful supporting performances by Darryl Dinn, Christian Potenza, and Joel Keller give the film its life and color. The dialog, the writing is snappy, clever, and hilarious; the film moves at a good pace, keeps you interested. Very impressed by the entire package here and applaud its great execution.

Give this film a chance, amidst all the big budget blockbuster static, open your heart to this independent feature that was, no doubt, meticulously put together by passionate professionals who bleed, sweat, and go sleepless nights to pursue the dream of making a film for audiences to enjoy. Give them your time, it's worth it.

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