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Lavender (2016)

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After losing her memory, a woman begins to see unexplained things after her psychiatrist suggests she visit her childhood home.

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Ed Gass-Donnelly
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Credited cast:
Abbie Cornish ... Jane
Lola Flanery ... Alice
Dermot Mulroney ... Patrick
Justin Long ... Liam
Peyton Kennedy ... Young Jane
Diego Klattenhoff ... Alan
Liisa Repo-Martell ... Jennifer
Sarah Abbott ... Susie
Hardee T. Lineham Hardee T. Lineham ... Officer #1
Mackenzie Muldoon Mackenzie Muldoon ... Jody
David MacNiven David MacNiven ... Newspaper Reporter
Stuart Hughes Stuart Hughes ... Dr. Michaels
Katie Odegaard Katie Odegaard ... Charlotte
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A photographer (Abbie Cornish) in a failing marriage suffers severe memory loss after a traumatic accident. Strange clues among her photos suggest she may be responsible for the deaths of family members she never knew she had. A concerned psychiatrist (Justin Long) tries to help her recover lost memories. Written by IvanWong

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The past won't forget

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Drama | Thriller

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Canada | USA

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English

Release Date:

3 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Lavender See more »

Filming Locations:

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada See more »

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On Netflix uk as 'Trauma'. See more »

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The flashback tragic event takes place on October 11, 1985 in the movie. At the end while she standing in front of her mother's grave the headstone reads "Died June 8, 1986". See more »

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Jane: Hey.
Alan: [hands her a folder]
Jane: [looking through the pages] Where did you get these?
Alan: Somebody from the archives delivered them.
Jane: [continues to look through the pages, getting upset] That's not possible... My foster parents would have told me.
Alan: Jane. These files just... didn't appear out of the blue... You ordered them.
Jane: When?
Alan: You tell me.
Jane: [through her teeth] I can't remember.
Alan: You own that house.
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No, no, no..!
5 February 2017 | by Ziba ArtystoneSee all my reviews

Why does Abbie Cornish over-enunciate every single word in this film? Very annoying. And she's also overly styled and made-up in her role. Less make up and a more worn out and 'haunted' look would've made her character and what she's going through more believable and real.

This could have been such an awesome movie with a well written script plus a stronger lead. The dialogues were awkward, at best. Just, no!

But, I did like the setting and the houses, a perfect set-up for a great thriller but again it failed in so many ways: from writing to directing to the whole execution of the film. I was also surprised to see Justin Long in this type of role and film as well.

If you're studying film then watch this to learn how Not to do a film. Otherwise stay away. Yikes.


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