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Beyond the Bridge (2015)

Denial won't end the nightmare --- After two years abroad, art student MARLA SINGER returns to her empty family house to overlook its selling. Her parents died in a car accident and she ... See full summary »

Director:

Daniel P. Schenk

Writers:

Chris Crescoe (script revision), Simone Reicherts (script revision) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview:
Maya Schenk Maya Schenk ... Marla Singer
Thomas Koch Thomas Koch ... Eric
Eleanor Buechler Eleanor Buechler ... Barbara
Jean-Noël Molinier Jean-Noël Molinier ... Jean
Carolina Schenk Carolina Schenk ... Druggirl
Margot Gödrös Margot Gödrös ... Emma (voice)
Robert Matathia Robert Matathia ... Marla's Father
Chris Chescoe Chris Chescoe ... Inspector 1
Sean Wirz Sean Wirz ... Party Dude 1
Daniel P. Schenk Daniel P. Schenk ... Party Dude 2
Nivaz Matathia Nivaz Matathia ... Young Marla
Simone Reicherts Simone Reicherts ... Marla's Mother (voice)
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Denial won't end the nightmare --- After two years abroad, art student MARLA SINGER returns to her empty family house to overlook its selling. Her parents died in a car accident and she wants to say goodbye to her past. But a party with old friends and a mysterious drug send her to a bizarre nightmare, from which she seemingly never awakes again. Written by Daniel P. Schenk

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Genres:

Mystery | Thriller

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Country:

Germany | Switzerland

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 October 2015 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Unnatural See more »

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Budget:

€10,000 (estimated)
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Color:

Color (HD)| Color

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16:9 HD
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Written by [geertveneklaas]
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A captivating journey into a very intimate kind of personal hell
12 November 2015 | by ShalashaskaSee all my reviews

Filmed in 2010 in Fribourg, Switzerland, the very release of this first feature-length film by young writer- director Daniel P. Schenk already is a clear testament to the project's remarkable staying power and the dedication of those involved, especially when taking into consideration the harsh realities that independent film crews have to face on a daily basis. Fortunately, however, this story behind the story has by now become a mere side note without further relevance since the result does by no means fail to deliver.

Beyond the Bridge is a grim yet captivating journey into a very intimate kind of personal hell combining exotic locales, fresh faces, a delightfully haunting score and a markedly dark reading of a well-established genre tradition that at the same time does not shy away from a self-confident exploration of new ways to confront the viewer with a lingering, lasting sense of unease or outright fright throughout the length of the movie.

Go watch it.


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