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Reflections (2008)

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When Carol looks into a mirror -- any mirror -- she sees images that horrify and repulse her. She's not a Medium, she's not a Ghost Whisperer, she's a frightened young woman on the edge of ... See full summary »


Barry L. Caldwell


Mark Garbett
10 wins & 8 nominations. See more awards »





Cast overview:
Adrienne Wilkinson ... Carol Anderson
Matt Long ... Nathan
Jim Beaver ... Frank
James Morrison ... Dr. Paul Wolley
Louis Lombardi ... Walter
Ana Harrison ... Real Estate Agent
Zoë Bell ... Woman in Mirror (as Zoe Bell)


When Carol looks into a mirror -- any mirror -- she sees images that horrify and repulse her. She's not a Medium, she's not a Ghost Whisperer, she's a frightened young woman on the edge of madness. Will the handsome stranger who offers to help turn out to be her salvation, or her final vision of terror? Written by Kate Duncan (kate_duncan@sbcglobal.net)

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Carol sees things...

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Release Date:

24 January 2008 (USA) See more »

Company Credits

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Safehouse Films See more »
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Technical Specs




Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Carol's apartment has no mirrors visible - they are all painted over. See more »


Nathan: What could possibly do this to you?
Carol Anderson: You wouldn't believe me.
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My Own Little World
Performed by Adrienne Wilkinson
Music by Michael Mulholland, Marc Ferrari and Danny Gill
Lyric by Michael Mulholland
Produced by Michael Mulholland and Barry L. Caldwell
Featured Guitarist: Wynn Kelly
Courtesy of Mastersource/Red Engine Music and The Michael Mulholland Company/CTSP Music
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Superbly Original and Thrilling...
22 October 2008 | by sandi2525See all my reviews

Superbly original and thrilling, this film tells the story of Carol, a young woman with a unique ability—- she sees the haunting reflections, mainly of things past, in mirrors playing out like a twisted video recording.

Director Barry Caldwell does an amazing job of weaving together the complex storyline into a cohesive and highly enjoyable film. Through clever editing and the use of subtle foreshadowing, Caldwell effectively conveys to the viewer Carol's sense of isolation and loneliness.

Adrienne Wilkinson is amazing as the emotionally crippled Carol, whose deep mistrust and fear of others prevents her from establishing meaningful connections with those around her. Carol's emotional torment over the disturbing reflections she sees in mirrors is more than effectively conveyed by the way in which Wilkinson carries herself as Carol: shoulders hunched, eyes always to the ground, never truly connecting with those around her. Wilkinson's eyes force the viewer to share in the sadness and distress Carol's unique ability brings about.

With a surprise ending sure to make you gasp, this short film is every bit as good as (if not better than) the feature length thrillers being released by major studios. You'll never look at those around you in the same way after seeing this film.

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