When madly in love high school graduates Riley and Chris are separated by a tragic car accident, Riley blames herself for her boyfriend's death while Chris is stranded in limbo. Miraculously, the two find a way to connect.
When madly in love high school graduates Riley (Alexandra Shipp) and Chris (Nicholas Hamilton) are separated by a tragic car accident, Riley blames herself for her boyfriend's death while Chris is stranded in limbo. Miraculously, the two find a way to connect. In a love story that transcends life and death, both Riley and Chris are forced to learn the hardest lesson of all: letting go.Written by
Undying Productions Inc.
Famke Janssen and Alexandra Shipp have both been involved in the live-action X-Men franchise. Janssen starred as Jean Grey/Phoenix/Dark Phoenix in X-Men (2000), X2: United (2003), X-Men: The Last Stand (2006), The Wolverine (2013), and X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014). Shipp starred as Ororo Monroe/Storm in X-Men: Apocalypse (2016) and X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2019). Even though have been involved in the franchise, they haven't been in a movie together before this. See more »
We pretended that summer would last forever, like the future didn't even exist. Maybe it was easier that way. After all, we were in love.
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Recently adding some mystery to your love story seems to be the thing to do. It's not a new thing mind you. It has been done in movies like Ghost (which this happily, at least in Germany, references) to name another "oldie". The thing those movies have in common: you have to suspend your disbelief ... quite a stretch at places to be completely honest.
So if you don't question almost anything in this and accept the very strange but also completely flawed concept ... there is something to enjoy here. The main actors really try their best to give the movie some gravitas. They kind off achieve that ... but again it all will depend on your mindset. My cynical (better?) half of myself would have quite a lot to say about this ... but again, this was not made for that "audience". So while for some endless love may sound fantastic, others quite literally may feel sick just by the thought of it ... not that this doesn't get dark too - but there's always light at the end of the tunnel .. isn't there?
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