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Born with an energetic power to absorb fear from others, a young woman must find love to balance the fears of her own and fight an ever growing storm of negative energy.

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Corey Pearson

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Corey Pearson (original story), Corey Pearson (screenplay)
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Jacqueline McKenzie ... Beth Miller
Eamon Farren ... Jimmy
Jessica Falkholt Jessica Falkholt ... Harmony
Antoniette Iesue ... Harmony's Mother
Tessa James ... Eve
Lewis Fitz-Gerald ... Mr. Lenox
Salvatore Coco ... Junkie
Akos Armont ... David Linden
Jerome Meyer ... Mason
Tiriel Mora ... Homeless guy
Les Chantery Les Chantery ... Dr. Drinkwater
Jordan Cowan ... Tick
Paula Arundell Paula Arundell ... Nurse Jean
Monica Sayers ... Nurse
Joseph J.U. Taylor ... Peter
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Born with an energetic power to absorb fear from others, a young woman must find love to balance the fears of her own and fight an ever growing storm of negative energy.

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Even in love, there's fear


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Australia

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2018 (USA) See more »

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Lead actress Jessica Falkholt died from injuries sustained in a car accident, 10 months before the movie's release. See more »

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A mysterious film with glimmers of magic.
4 October 2018 | by positronic-246-345895See all my reviews

Despite this being a low budget Australian film, I've got to say I really enjoyed it. For me, it had the urban menace of a Romper Stomper intertwined with the mystery of a Twilight. Okay, not as good, but a worthy effort and in that same vein. Perhaps it was Jacqueline Mackenzie's presence (having starred all those years back in Romper Stomper) that made me feel that way, or the standout performances by a few of the other cast members, especially the lead Jessica Falkholt, who tragically passed away months before the theatrical release. What a crying shame! The film carries its darkness well, with ample glimmers of Hope and Light to transcend its overall darker shell. The mystic force in Harmony was well disguised and had me guessing. It made enough sense to me without giving it up so easily, and the overall tempo seemed nicely paced. I didn't get bored at any point and forgot I was in a movie theatre. My personal true test of a good film. You have to remember this is predominantly a young cast coupled to a low production budget, yet the effort transcends the sum of the parts. The major critics will no doubt smash it, because it's low budget with mostly unknown talent, but I would not be so harsh. The nightclub scene - where the two main actors truly shone bright - was a standout. Well done on that scene. I thought of Muriel's Wedding during that scene, such was its warmth and energy. This was a decent home grown attempt at a Twilight, and I hope to see more dollars poured into any sequels. Perhaps the start of something good here 👍🏼


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