Miles Grissom offers $30,000 to the first person who can prove to him that we go on after death.


Jesse Holland (story), Andy Mitton (screenplay) | 2 more credits »
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Credited cast:
Annette O'Toole ... Charlotte
Clark Freeman ... Miles
John Glover ... Dr. Ellison
Giovanna Zacarías ... Josephina
Laura Heisler ... Alice
Jay Dunn ... Nelson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dwight Augustin Dwight Augustin ... Cop
David Bickford ... TV Spokesman
Justin Carpenter Justin Carpenter ... Miles' Dad
Norio Chalico ... Headphone's Kid
Tony Devon ... Alberto
Cassidy Freeman ... Young Charlotte
Edwin Garcia II ... Chef
Tom Harrington Tom Harrington ... Cop
Clem Jeffreys Clem Jeffreys ... Custodian


Paralyzed by his fear of dying, Miles Grissom takes out an advert offering 30000 dollars in reward money to the first person who can show him evidence of an angel, a demon, or prove that ghosts exist - anything to prove to him that we go on after our deaths. He narrows the responses down to three viable candidates - a scientist, a medium, and a worldly entrepreneur. Along with his protective mother, he embarks on an adventure through Los Angeles that will spiral into an unthinkable nightmare.

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Cassidy Freeman, Annette O'Toole, and John Glover all starred together in the TV series Smallville (2001-2011). See more »

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Never falls apart, never takes off.
7 December 2016 | by HEFILMSee all my reviews

The structure of the script is quite good. The acting is overall very good, though the lead is a bit monotone. It's hard to play someone who is depressed and quiet and not have it be a bit dull or repetitive to watch and that's what happens here.

So we, the audience know, from the title and from our expectations that there will be some kind of supernatural elements to the film. So eventually this turns into a "I see dead people" type of film. And that's where it starts to have problems. The problem is the more dead people we, and he see, the less impact they have. So the second half of the film unwinds a bit instead of picking up.

Still it's an excellent working out of the idea as a script, if not delivered in a perfectly scary way. Sad to say it could have used better direction. Perhaps having two directors dilutes a more powerful execution, or perhaps a short shooting schedule or other issues prevented totally delivering on the potential of each scene so they all ad up to a good movie. Also it could use a better overall look. It lacks a creepy vibe and atmosphere as a whole.

It could have just turned into schlock which, though perhaps more exciting, in a routine kind of way, would have been too bad.

O Toole is excellent as the mom, as is John Glover--an actor who can ham it up too much--in a smaller role.

Nice use of a real Los Angeles abandoned location near the Airport and large-in-scope film. It's too bad it isn't better than it is as a whole but it could have been so much worse.

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Release Date:

7 February 2017 (Japan) See more »

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We Go On See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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