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distraught college student finds an outdated telephone that enables her to talk with people from the past, including her deceased mother. After obtaining a copy of the autopsy report, Haley is startled to learn that her mother’s death was not the result of a heart attack. She was murdered! Haley frantically tries to use the phone to stop the murder from occurring before she becomes the next victim. Can the dangerous mystery behind the telephone alter the past?
Top Customer Reviews
The cast is sufficient and the script is flawed at times. When you watch an independent film, you have to take into consideration about the cost of making. The cast does a fine job especially Devorah Richards as Sonya Simmons. The location filming in Monticello and Urbana, Illinois adds authenticity to the film. The director is based there.
I wished the DVD would have offered more extra features. The film is average entertainment not much more.
Stephanie Huckaby stars as a college student, grieving the sudden death of her mother. She inherits a unique telephone that allows her to talk to people in the past. Strange circumstances surrounding her mother's death suggest the possibility that her mother was murdered propelling her to use the phone to alter history and save mom. Veteran character actors Holmes Osbourne as the dad and Eddie Jones lend solid support as do Amanda Stoop as her loyal friend and Michael Muhney (Veronica Mars, Young and the Restless) as her boyfriend.
As in all time travel movies, you have to suspend belief and just go along for the ride. There are some inconsistencies in the plot but the story maintains your interest and the characters are mostly likeable. The mystery itself does have some red herrings and twists that resolve in a happy denouement.
DISCONNECT is a tidy little mystery that I recommend for fans of that genre.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I’m really glad Steffany Huckaby was able to collaborate with director Robin Christian on this film. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jack Heyden
The film is suspenseful l and full of plot twists. The idea of a phone to communicate with Haley's deceased mother is very interesting and grasps your attention. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Richard C. Spring, Jr.