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Scott Michael Foster played the character of Thayer so brilliantly. My heart ached for this character. It really makes you stop and think about people around you who are exhibiting the same behavior and makes you wonder if they are crying out for help. This movie gives a perfect example of the saying, "never judge a book by it's cover."
Plus, the soundtrack to this movie is awesome. I was searching for the songs and the artists on the internet when I finished watching the movie. I would definitely recommend this movie to everyone.
Bonus commentary from the director and producer notes that the film's rapid shooting (it was all shot in about 20 days) resulted in a few continuity errors. These ultimately prove to be noticeable, but extremely forgivable. The production value is nothing to write home about, on its own; director Regina Crosby, also a supporting actress in the film, apparently kept it on a "shoestring budget" to avoid having to compromise with financer's influences. But the more down-to-earth feel of the film proves to be a boon that highlights the graceful acting and editing of this movie. The two leads act their complex characters especially beautifully. But really: I think the way Scott M. Foster portrayed the troubled Thayer, complemented so intensely by the unyielding Amber, will haunt me for a very long time. Perhaps even longer than that wonderful yet frustratingly enigmatic ending.
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It's been five years since I first came across this film and it haunts me still in the most beautiful way. Regina has done an amazing job with this film, brilliant! Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ava
The disc worked perfectly, I got it relatively quick and am completely happy with it.Published 3 months ago by Julie Carr
Such a great movie. It really takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions. This movie does leave the viewer with a lot of questions unanswered but that's part of its appeal. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Veronica Gutierrez