Maria, a lonely 18-year-old high school student, opens up to her reflection because of the lack of support she has from family and her peers. She switches place with her supportive, but evil, twin that she discovers in the mirror's reflection, but the newfound freedom unleashes suppressed feelings.
Eight years before doing her first nude scene in this film, India Eisley, who was 16 at the time, was asked if she would ever do a nude scene like her mother Olivia Hussey did in Romeo and Juliet (1968) when she was the same age. India said "I'd only be comfortable, I think, if it was there for a reason. I think if they show it just for shock, I really don't know why they would use it for shock at all. I mean, it's the human body. I don't see what's so prohibited about it. But it would have to be there for a reason and not just there to be there." See more »
At about 10:00, Amy is frying something, when the scene starts, she's using tongs but the rest of the scene, she's using a spatula. See more »
I'm your dad. You think I don't know why you don't wear your hair back in a ponytail?
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Produced by Ryan M.Tedder & Jordan Brown
Written by Rotana See more »
Decent teen horror film
I normally don't like teen horror films but I did not dislike this one. I thought it was well done. India Eisley was very convincing as a very shy high school teen. The plot lacks originality and the film wasted Mira Sorvino acting talent. Jason Isaacs was good. Just didn't like the anti-male vibe to this film. It wasn't necessary. The story has every male at fault for something or another.
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