Henry has a sleep disorder. Occasionally, while awake, his mind will slip into a dream-like state, and he hallucinates. He runs into an old friend, Emily, who has just moved into the same ...
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Henry has a sleep disorder. Occasionally, while awake, his mind will slip into a dream-like state, and he hallucinates. He runs into an old friend, Emily, who has just moved into the same apartment building where Henry lives. She's trying to get away from a stalker who has been sending her poems and pictures. As Henry learns of this, he begins to believe that what he is seeing in his hallucinations may be glimpses of her future. And if so, he has to save her.Written by
Mikel J. Wisler
Please allow for the fact that this is coming from a viewers perspective rather than that of a person in the trade...
What I do know, though is what I do and don't like...The plot line in this production is something that, as stated before, keeps your mind searching through the various possible permutations.
It seems as the story line is following a predictable path, then you get a curve which sets another group of parameters running through your mind...I found that this particular film while keeping the ending a surprise, was not clouded...scenes blended well, the actors told the story, and without "sharing"...I was very impressed with the filmography.
I was as lost to the ending in this as I was in the movie SE7EN with Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman...maybe I just didn't see it, but this movie is well worth the time spent to view it!
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