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Eine junge Frau erwacht nach einem Autounfall und scheint sich an nichts zu erinnern. Nach wie vor unter dem Einfluss ihres Gedächtnisverlustes leidend, kehrt sie in ihr Zuhause zurück, wo ihre Familie brutal ermordet wurde. Als sie ihre eigenen. Nach einem schrecklichen Massaker an ihrer Familie, das nur sie selbst überlebte, leidet eine junge Fotografin unter Gedächtnisverlust. Als sie. Im Indie-Horrorthriller Lavender versucht eine gedächtnislose Abbie Cornish anhand von Fotografien herauszufinden, ob sie ihre eigene Familie umgebracht h. Lavender ein Film von Ed Gass-Donnelly mit Abbie Cornish, Justin Long. Inhaltsangabe: Jane (Abbie Cornish) fotografiert leidenschaftlich alte. August | LAVENDER ist ein Film über Gedächtnisverlust und die Schwierigkeiten die verlorenen Regisseur Ed Gass-Donnelly hat Filme.
August | LAVENDER ist ein Film über Gedächtnisverlust und die Schwierigkeiten die verlorenen Regisseur Ed Gass-Donnelly hat Filme. Nur 4 Monate nach dem US-Kinostart wird der Psycho-Thriller Lavender beim Streamingdienst Netflix zu sehen sein. Der Film mit Abbie. Nach einem schrecklichen Massaker an ihrer Familie, das nur sie selbst überlebte, leidet eine junge Fotografin unter Gedächtnisverlust. Als sie.
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Edit Cast Credited cast: Abbie Cornish Jane Dermot Mulroney Patrick Justin Long Liam Lola Flanery Alice Rutter Diego Klattenhoff Alan Peyton Kennedy Young Jane Liisa Repo-Martell Jennifer Sarah Abbott Susie Stuart Hughes Michaels Hardee T.
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Very annoying. And she's also overly styled and made-up in her role. Less make up and a more worn out and 'haunted' look would've made her character and what she's going through more believable and real.
This could have been such an awesome movie with a well written script plus a stronger lead. The dialogues were awkward, at best. Just, no!
But, I did like the setting and the houses, a perfect set-up for a great thriller but again it failed in so many ways: from writing to directing to the whole execution of the film.
I was also surprised to see Justin Long in this type of role and film as well. If you're studying film then watch this to learn how Not to do a film.
Otherwise stay away. This is a slow-burning, well constructed psychological thriller with mystery and supernatural elements.
The revelation makes sense, but is not obvious. The acting could have been better, especially on part of the lead actress, but still does the job.
The cinematography is beautiful. Other reviewers here seem to have simply picked the wrong film; if you only like action or horror, don't bother with this one.
When even the soundtrack in the movie annoys you, it is clear something is horribly wrong. It seems everyone involved in the movie was trying to create something, which failed in every possible area.
Characters - boring and un-relatable. Couldn't care less what happens to them. Acting - looking "profoundly" sad all the time does not constitute dramatic acting Story - I was praying to god just an expression that it will not be a banal story about ghosts.
I really thought it is possible there will be an interesting twist, but noooo Oh, and while we are speaking about twists - the cheap "Six Sense" twist "revealing" like I didn't see it all the way from that the psychologist was actually a ghost, was so laughable and unnecessary that I almost stopped watching right there.
You can not shove "suspense" down the viewers throat all the time when there is no reason for it. It seemed the characters couldn't open the fridge door without the music suggesting "something terrible is going to happen".
This was painful. I watched the entire thing, fighting sleep throughout. Only the last 20 minutes was interesting.
Up until then it's just a string of boring flashbacks. I found myself just hoping they would hurry up and get to the point.
To make matters worse, the ending is quite predictable. This one is a Netflix late night special if you are very bored. Just a sluggish writing and not any twists Not any good plots to mention, acting vise ok Laiath 7 March If I have ever seen a slow-paced movie, they seem like roller-coasters now.
This title is only rivaled by that French joke of a horror movie called They Came Back minutes of my life; gone.
Nothing happened for the first half hour besides the introduction of the characters and the main character living her life in between zoning out to annoying violin or cello?
Literally two seconds of Dermot Mulroney and no Justin Long. Just as I was about to turn it off, though, my food arrived so I kept watching.
Nothing kept happening for another 15 minutes, but right when I was closing the window for sure this time, a single interesting thing happened that involved Justin Long's character and I love Justin Long so I gave it yet another chance.
When there was more empty scenery and zoning out, I just skipped ahead to the revelation part, which wasn't too bad, and then it was finally over.
I thanked God and ran here to try and stop others from wasting precious time. The Uncle is the next of kin, lives nearby and gets called to the scene, however the kid is given up for foster homes we learn later and jumpcut to 25 years later when she has a husband and a daughter, with zero recollection of the events.
An automobile accident juggles up her loosened screws and she starts remembering bits and pieces of her past life in weird riddle pieces.
Sounds promising, right? Well, you'll not be the first to get fooled. Absolutely the first thing you'd notice annoyed is the background score.
Pretentious classical music played loud all along, dun-dun-Duns five seconds ahead of when you're supposed to be scared. You can play on your tablet while this movie rolls on your tv, look up when the music pokes up "hey hey look!
Somethings about to happppen! Don't worry, you're not missing much. The vapid and annoying Abbie Cornish and her Covet Fashions wardrobe and makeup.
Which survive a a car accident involving four to five roundabouts oft he said car b irritatingly confusing multiple ghostly figures trying their hands at dumbcharade in the middle of the night attempting to pass off important information about her past c several near death experiences of her daughter.
Her stylists in the movie must be gaining on those Covet levels hard. There are designated impeccable "toppling inside a car look","discovering her traumatic past look", "pretty on the stairs while daughter chokes to death look", "pretty on the bed while ghost sister chokes to death look".
Loads of denim. Cool heels. I wanted a few for myself, the runway looks were so good. You almost wait for the label name to popup anytime.
Added level bonus: Cornish' "It's Sunday, why did you wake me up at 4 in the morning! I learned that ghost love painstakingly wrapping cute gifts for the demented.
Nice red ribbons, cute little boxes to deliver riddle pieces at her doorstep. That talent could be exploited in Christmas times, just saying.
He left the house after the mass murder mistakenly thinking Jane to be dead, who was later found by the police shaken and traumatised.
However, Uncle makes no attempt at keeping the kid under his roof he admits to an older Jane that he was not very adept at raising kids which would minimise the chance that she'd regain her memory and expose his crime to the world.
Not a very intelligent man, he. Jane's psychiatrist is a figment of her imagination. Which you guess as soon as the doctor awkwardly loiters around while she opens one of her dubious giftboxes.
No doctor has that kind of time for his patients. No context or explanations of any action by the characters.
Why pray they moved to that old farmhouse right away? Does the kid go to school? Is this some extreme case of reverse germophobia where they just move into a dilapidated farmhouse locked up for 25 years and don't even change the bedsheets?
Was the Uncle paying its electricity bill for the past 25 years? Good man. That ending, My God. What exactly was the Uncle trying to do running away with the kid under one arm and shooting at the father with another?
Leaving behind his house, barn, all those poor cows? Did he plan on the spot to run away on foot with the clothes on his back and the kid tucked under to a goodlife somewhere else while the Mom and Dad sit in their car and talk about the next Milan show?
They should've tied his hands backwards. All in all, a film where all the characters are so vapid and uninterested that you don't feel sympathetic for the protagonists, villain or the ghosts and wish they could somehow have this final epic battle scene where everybody kills everybody off.
You could nap in the sofa till then, the music will wake you up. But here, it'll fit. Painfully slow, unoriginal and maddeningly confusing, this bore fest's worst mistake is having the vapid lead character who is stand offish and in a constant daze, played by the buxomly succulent, magnetically attractive Abbey Cornish.
They certainly didn't try hard enough to make her look dumpy. Long takes of her supposed to be scary were more like a model photo shoot.
Lifts elements from films including "The Others" with Nicole Kidman, but they go to waste in this mess. The storyline was very intriguing.
The "revealing" in the end made it to be pretty good. However, the movie was so slow it was difficult to watch.
I fell asleep for about minutes watching this with my husband and I didn't miss anything. So many moments were just completely unnecessary.
It was good, but I'm glad it's over. Still has memory lapse or wrong grave site! Good movie The massacre occurred on October but Jennifer's headstone said died June 8, ???
The film opens with a family being murdered except for young Jane Peyton Kennedy in a corner with a pocket knife.
The film jumps 25 years later as older Jane Abbie Cornish has no memory of the event. She takes photos of farm houses.
An accident causes a head injury and apparently she had a previous head injury. Some of her old memories come back while she loses others.
Through circumstances Jane and her family end up in her childhood home as creepy things happen. There are butterfly fairies and the monster.
The plot was not that tight. The scares were ineffective. There was nothing special about this me-too, I can't believe they went there, film.
Jane was cardboard, a poorly scripted character. The film went out of its way to show us the family was killed on Then it shows us their headstone: June, 8 They should have used that as the date instead.
But as Ed Wood would say, "Who would notice? No sex or nudity. I wasn't sure going into the film exactly what to expect.
I knew a few of the actors from other films and telly shows they've done so I thought I'd give it a shot. So glad I did! Won't toss out any spoilers, if you're looking for a psychological mystery with some spooks added to the mix give this film a try!
The director managed transforming what might have been a plausible, absorbing tale into the standard Hollywood fare of over-made-up leading female roles and sympathetic little kids plodding through an essentially pointless plot, festooned with the obligatory Hollywood fare of slow-motion special effects the car wreck, for example and pointless scenic shots the corn field, for example.
Does anyone other than teenagers who will consume anything and think it's great or childish adults addicted to reality TV think this kind of stuff is entertainment?
Not worth even a fraction of the bandwidth. I'm honestly surprised this movie has such a low rating.
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