Micheal's Storm (2005)

  |  Short, Drama


When his home is invaded by a shadowy intruder, Micheal is is thrust into an extra-mundane experience of self-discovery, in which he finds power, grace and forgiveness.


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1 March 2008 | parramatt
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| One of the worst I have ever seen
I saw this movie when it came out with two other independent films including a great documentary called "Code of Silence" by a smart and talented film student named Amy Happ. This movie seemed to involve some kind of bizarre problems with the television cable of this house and vague threatening phone calls. The main character seems completely weird, boring, and gives us no reason to like him or care about him. The movie was confusing including the ending which made no sense. The material I have seen written about the movie seems to think it is about self discovery and forgiveness. If Micheal learned something I wish he had shared it with his perplexed audience. Forgiveness; I think the producer of this film should be asking forgiveness from those who were cursed to have suffered through it. I've sat through cat food commercials that gave me more enjoyment that this movie. A pretentious film that tries to make you feel you are not as enlightened as it is. I say a film that does not have the slightest idea of what a "plot" is !Thank God this movie only wasted 21 minutes of my life.

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