Touching Down (2005)

R   |    |  Drama


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A young woman with a tragic past suffocates under the constant watch and belittling of her angry father. When new events and people enter her life, she unravels the truth about her past, and discovers what it truly means to be alive.


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19 August 2005 | anewjulie
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| Sacramento Film and Music Festival
I saw this film last night and was truly moved. The lead, Sarah Lewis, is a great actress and her performance as Sam was very compelling. I could feel her fear and her desire to grow and stretch her boundaries. Darren Robertson as her romantic interest Ronnie brought out his own compulsions, self-hatred, fear of intimacy, and longing to connect. I absolutely loved the scenes when they were together.

The narrative was well drawn and paced. The director Chris King did a great job with the writing and directing. The editing with the flash backs worked very well in filling out the characters and allowing us a better perspective of their motivation. I hope it gets picked up for distribution.

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