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3 Days (2015)

Not Rated | | Crime, Drama, Thriller | 11 April 2015 (USA)
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A man has died. He must now re-live his last three days on earth devoid of his personal memories to determine his place in the after life.


Julian Beltran





Cast overview, first billed only:
Johnny Walter ... Jeff
LeMarc Johnson LeMarc Johnson ... Danny
Natalie Makenna ... Becky (as Natalie Wilemon)
Dave Pantano Dave Pantano ... Marcus
Oryan Landa ... Jeff's Dealer
Michael Hanken Michael Hanken ... Lasker
Tina Rodriguez Tina Rodriguez ... Maria
Juston Street ... Chang
Dimitrius Pulido ... Mr. G.
Craig Nigh ... Ray
Ray L. Perez ... Security Guard (as Ray Perez)
Al Bianchi ... Fred
Karl Anderson Karl Anderson ... Homer
William Orendorff William Orendorff ... Store Clerk
Robyn Powell Robyn Powell ... Homeless Woman


A man has died. After his death he is sent to purgatory where he is wiped of his biased life memories and sent back to earth to re-live his last three days on earth to determine if he deserves to go to heaven or hell. During his journey he finds out about his dark past and unexpected reason for his death. Written by Amy Tekell

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Crime | Drama | Thriller


Not Rated

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A very good movie, very well structured, almost philosophical
4 March 2018 | by heinz-j-rogelSee all my reviews

You might find this strange, but I compare this movie to "Groundhog Day". That's because both movies use the same approach to telling their stories. Let me call it the cinematic approach.

In "Groundhog Day" it is the repetition and variation of different takes during the process of shooting a movie that is integrated into the plot (e.g. Phil memorizing the course of action in one scene so he can react to it the next day is similar to an actor's memorizing a line partly repeated, partly varied in the next take).

In "3 Days" it is the arrangement and montage of scenes and situations from different temporal levels that is an integral part of the movie's plot. The hero is on a quest for his identity and his soul and the three temporal levels that he wakes up in correspond with the cinematic use of flashbacks or flashforwards when editing a movie.

By the way, the idea of everyone of us having to judge ourselves if it's heaven or hell in the afterlife is wonderful, I think. And the lighthearted way in which this idea is implemented is almost a piece of stoic philosophy.

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11 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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