Blessid (2015)

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Sarah Duncliffe is pregnant and suicidal. She is married to a man she does not love, stalked by an abusive ex boyfriend, and haunted by a dead girl who stares at her with a bloated bluish ... See full summary »




  • Rachel Kerbs in Blessid (2015)
  • Chris Divecchio in Blessid (2015)
  • Rachel Kerbs in Blessid (2015)
  • Rick Montgomery Jr. in Blessid (2015)
  • Chris Divecchio and Rachel Kerbs in Blessid (2015)
  • Gene Silvers and Rachel Kerbs in Blessid (2015)

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21 August 2016 | demack-75304
| A must-see indie film!
I started watching this movie with no idea what it was about or expectations. That's why I'm not going to summarize the plot. Because the movie works best in discovering the truths that lie beneath the surfaces of the two main characters: a beleaguered pregnant woman and her odd neighbor from across the street.

I was singularly impressed with every aspect of the film. As a screenwriter, I was particularly impressed by the filmmaker's use of long takes, in which the two characters had conversations so gripping, I hung on every word. This is especially true for the big revelation made at roughly the mid-point of the movie. This speaks well, not only of the screenplay, but of the director's trust in and respect for the audience's intelligence.

The film has its creepy and unsettling moments, but I can't truly characterize it as a horror flick. It's more like a story of redemption and hope. And how, even when you feel you have no worth, someone may be looking out for you.

I will warn you, though, I'm not a big fan of depicting cruelty to animals. And while a certain scene with a cat nearly made me lose it, the movie's overall theme of forgiveness and spiritual renewal more than made up for that.

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