Set in the 1980s, an estranged family hires a cult deprogrammer to take back their teenage son from a murderous cult, but find themselves under siege when the cultists surround their cabin, demanding the boy back.
Deborah Kara Unger,
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A girl wakes up after a car crash. Her younger brother has disappeared. As she promised him, she boards a cargo ship to find a new life. Then the shady Gábor crosses her path. A surreal trip on the fragile edge of life and death.
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Landing in the paradise, cross-cutting back to the main characters past life in New York, Erik (Matton) a young writer dependent on the love of his life Joanna (Larsdotter), argue and split up in the unfamiliar country of Thailand.
A mentally ill woman with a severe personalty disorder develops a strange relationship with her dolls. She becomes victim to insomnia and even self-mutilation leaving her son to unfold the strange truth about Anne's illness.
Michael Kenneth Fahr,
When Troy Holloway wakes up to find himself trapped aboard a drifting escape pod shooting towards the Sun he quickly realises the true terror of his situation. With rapid oxygen depletion and a burn- up rate of 90 minutes, Commander Roberts leads a rescue party to save Holloway before time runs out. Having recently lost his son and now confronted by his immediate end, Holloway feels less enthusiastic about survival. But Roberts, speaking to him only through a weak radio transmission, is determined to save his life, and both soon learn that the lives they have both lived influence each other in unexpected ways.
Storyline, Script 1, the most important part and exciting part, the Accident that caused this, and how they got into the Escape Pod, got left on the cutting room (editing room) floor.
Kind of like making a movie about the HMS Titanic and NOT showing Events leading up to the Accident, and the Accident.
Science 2, Intensive Gravity of the Sun, plus the explosive force throwing the escape pod towards the Sun, means half the time of the entire movie.
Being a U.S. Military Officer trained and experienced Career Field Nuclear (Weapons) Physics and Physiology, Missiles, and some training with NASA, the amounts of Radiation as X Rays, Ultra Violet (UV), Gamma, Microwaves, would have roasted them inside the escape pod and Rescue Spacecraft long before the outside of the escape pod even heated up. The Earth 93,000,000 Miles away from the Sun. still must have the Magnetosphere to stop lethal exposure to Radiation from the Sun.
Entertainment Value, Action 4. Almost fell asleep numerous times. Movie could have been done in 15 minutes, real time, considering speed going to the Sun.
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