Mary (Kate Lyn Sheil) lives alone. She is waiting for something to happen in her life. Riding the elevator to work, a strange man, Hayward, grabs her shoulder and speaks to her telepathically. “Do you believe in magic?” This triggers a nervous breakdown. After a visit to the emergency room, Mary goes to stay at her sister’s house, and goes into therapy. Mary can now hear people’s thoughts, and she starts hearing music that seems to be broadcast from her mind. Adapted by Gary Walkow from his novel of the same name.
|Release Date||:||November 28, 2017|
|Genres||:||Science Fiction, Mystery|
|Production Countries||:||United States of America|
|Casts||:||Kate Lyn Sheil, Eric Gorlow, Dylan McCormick, Daniel Kaufman|
Amazing paranormal thriller, plunged in the typical liquid atmosphere of an indie film. Kate Lyn Sheil is Mary, a vaguely blankly water-and-soap girl with a huge personality complex; she falls under the mind control of a mysterious stranger and starts a morbid connection with him, kind of Freudian and magic. A very intriguing story, not gory at all (blood scenes are "covered" by a strange iridescent halo coming from killed people), full of gloominess and narrated in a hushed voice.