Echoes of Innocence
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A high-school outcast sent into social exile for claiming to communicate with her deceased soul mate is caught between the powerful forces of good and evil in director Nathan Todd Sims' spiritual Christian thriller. In the five years since the mysterious disappearance of her devoted boyfriend Christopher (Cody Linley), troubled student Sarah's (Sara Simmonds) supernatural encounters have grown increasingly vivid. Though her classmates have dismissed her heavenly visions as nothing more that the crazed ravings of a lovelorn attention seeker, there's something in Sarah's strange… More

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"A film that tries to be all heart at the expense of the brain."
‑ Scott Craven, Arizona Republic
"Sarah's personal ad: I like candles, acting, and fasting for God. I don't date, but will tell all my secrets if you answer one riddle. For a surreal time, call..."
‑ Cherryl Dawson and Leigh Ann Palone, TheMovieChicks.com
"An interminable film."
‑ Judy Chia Hui Hsu, Seattle Times
"By pushing an easy answer and ignoring the complexities of desire, the filmmakers don't speak authentically to a contemporary youth audience, no matter how much lip gloss they put on their heroine."
‑ Marrit Ingman, Austin Chronicle
"It's a bad movie, weakly written and featuring many hilarious moments of over-the-top acting and silly plotting."
‑ Eric D. Snider, EricDSnider.com
"Though the 'religious' overtones are a new touch, ends up seeming like one of those amusingly cheesy semi-supernatural thrillers broadcast as 'originals' on the SciFi Network."
‑ Frank Swietek, One Guy's Opinion
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