Truth About Kerry
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A young American woman (Stana Katic, TV's Castle) travels to a remote village in Ireland to investigate the mysterious circumstances surrounding her best friend Kerry's death. She realizes that the village may be hiding more secrets than she thought, and it isn't long before she develops an obsessive belief that her friend's death may have been no accident. A stunning, suspense film with a shocking conclusion!
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For those who like very polished and sophisticated writing and acting, this little independent with a simple story might not be your cup of tea. It's clearly a low-budget kind of first time effort, but it had some good Irish village life vignettes and some solid Irish mystical moments from the hinterland area of Ireland.
But, for what it is, a simple film where the Irish scenery is the major star, alongside a serviceable mystery, it's enjoyable.
After a couple of very small dots were thrown in for the viewer to connect if paying close attention, I guessed the outcome about 1/3 to 1/2 the way through the film, but when it came, it was still a good turn of plot and a decent pay off for time spent watching.
Big action, huge budget film goers will not be satisfied. But if you like little unpretentious films with less then stellar performances (but which still serve the plot just fine), this is a just fine.
She did a fine acting job in this show. Store line was very good. Didn't know who done it till the end
made it a better movie.
Definitely felt the Irish environment if landscapes and bar scenes. The present and past were woven together neatly.
Although I'd picked up on the suggestion of what was revealed in the ending, I wasn't ready for the emotional and physical feelings it caused.