The mystery surrounding the ancient Celtic lore of a thin place unravels in this tale of time displacement, trapped souls, ancestral battle and hidden powers within. Centuries before, Gloria Johansson's ancestors fled religious persecution, as a mixed cultural band of refugees, to the borders of Georgia and Alabama. Befriending the Muskogee Nation as trading partners, they sought to forge a home in this sacred place during the age of revolution. Each possessing the last physical powers over the elements of their tribes and clans, they fight to hide their gifts. Exposed during an assault by a Georgia Militia on the clan leaders daughter, a battle to the death ensues. A curse is laid upon the land, trapping them within the veil. Gloria and her children, Jodi and Lawson, return to the family farm to take care of her ailing Great Aunt who has guarded the family secrets. As they struggle to come to grips with their new environment, the sudden loss of Great Auntie Linda leaves them alone ...
Did You Know?
The film have been honored to have some of the last fluent speakers of Maskoke language (also known as the Creek language) within the film. Like many indigenous languages worldwide, Maskoke is considered extremely endangered. The Maskoke children in the film attend a language immersion program wherein the Maskoke adult cast in the film instruct these students exclusively in the Maskoke language; they are, in fact, the only Maskoke speaking children on the planet. On Places Thin creators hopes to bring light to this subject and give the next generation inspiration by seeing their language spoken on film. See more