While subjected to the horrors of World War II Germany, young Liesel finds solace by stealing books and sharing them with others. In the basement of her home, a Jewish refugee is being protected by her adoptive parents.
Displaced from reality after a near-fatal accident, Ethan Galloway (Justin Leak, The Great Debaters) struggles with what is real and what isn't after his brilliant neurologist father (Robert Pralgo, The Blind Side, The Joneses) uses an experimental medical procedure to save his son's life, but the side-effects turn out to be much greater than either could have imagined.Written by
The hero rides MARTA train, which is Atlanta based train. However, from time to time the hero is seen by the sea despite Atlanta being about 250 miles away from the closest point to the sea (Savannah). See more »
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Written by Kyle Dreaden
Produced by Michael Robertson
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So, I thought this was going to be a great movie, I was excited and played it on my DVD player. 10 minutes in I found myself struggling to watch it as it was so incredibly boring and dragged on. The actors are pretty good, but the story really needed work. After 40 minutes, I did fast forward to the end to find out what happens..... The film was too predictable. I thought there were certain parts that were unnecessary. The music sounded like it was repeated and I found myself confused in some areas of the film. the film was repetitive and the quality was that of something a child could write. The film I felt was more focused on the love interest between Camille and Ethan than what had happened to the main character before his memory loss.
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