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Shadows in Mind (2019)

A race-against-time thriller that highlights the potentially darkest sides of the social media phenomenon. Jaded by the job of managing an LGBT crisis line, Simon (Corey Jackson) finds that... See full summary »

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Mark Schwab

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Mark Schwab (screenplay)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Pano Tsaklas Pano Tsaklas ... Kyle
Corey Jackson ... Simon
Christian Gabriel ... Danny
August Browning ... Lance
Christopher Fung Christopher Fung ... Christian
Mike Mizwicki ... Curtis
Laura Altair ... Julia
Keith Larson Keith Larson ... Detective
Michael Champlin Michael Champlin ... Forrest
Mark Balunis ... Cafe customer
Devon Lee Grover Devon Lee Grover ... Cafe customer
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A race-against-time thriller that highlights the potentially darkest sides of the social media phenomenon. Jaded by the job of managing an LGBT crisis line, Simon (Corey Jackson) finds that most of his callers are using the service for reasons that would qualify as being certainly less than a crisis. That all changes when he gets a call from Danny (Christian Gabriel) who says he is in the process of killing himself. Instantly gripped by his first real case, Simon does his best to connect with Danny and find out why he has come to consider such a drastic action. As the tale of Danny's journey is unraveled through the use of flashback sequences, we discover a young romance, a troubling network of individuals, and a dark secret.

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English

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11 June 2019 (USA) See more »

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Crisis Hotline See more »

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1.85 : 1
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how to creep out of the socalled locker
12 June 2019 | by ops-52535See all my reviews

This is a weird film on the gay subject, with all its psychological ups and downs to try to live a life at the sideline of the cocalled correct way of life. the basic storyline is based on the busy working people at a emergency call center for lgbtq individuals in deep crisis or have questions to ask. the idea is not original, but as a subject to make a film on its promising,

but the makers and actors of this flick just fails, and fails a lot. its so monotonous in its story telling,that you start wondering why people choose this way of life that hurts so much.if its a pro lgbtq movie, well then its a failure.

the grumpy old man is not homophobic, not at all, but to make a flick that busts out extremely good movies like''torch song triology'' or recently made '' tucked'' they all need to practice more, and the story and plot must not be as nerdylike as its in this film. ill put this in the dumping bucket, better luck next time.


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