Two paramedics arrive at the site of a car accident to transport an injured teenage girl to the hospital. However, instead of taking her to the hospital, the strangers bring her to a home of a woman whose daughter just died.
Three years after receiving brain damage in an accident, a man returns home to discover his life may be a lie. As two lives begin to become clear, he must determine what is actually happening, and more importantly, determine where he belongs.Written by
I'm sorry, um... I thought you were somebody else.
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Tense Psychological Ride
Chris Harris' "Into the Arms of Strangers" was quite an engaging & appealing film. Most notably the cinematography, music, editing & acting by lead Ron Carey. The plot kept me interested as did the overall dark tone & unease that permeated throughout.
I did find that things got slightly confusing in the 3rd act & April Wade's performance was sub-par, but that didn't keep me from feeling satisfied at the end of the viewing.
I'm expecting great things from Mr. Harris in the future & highly recommend this tense, no-filler psychological thriller to anyone who appreciates the challenging craft of indie film-making in the hands of a tasteful creator.
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