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The Redeeming (2018)

The Redeeming (2015)
The Redeeming posterRating: N/A/10 (N/A votes)
Director: Brian Barnes
Writer: Roger Thomas
Stars: Ryan Wichert, Robert Blackwood, Tracey Ann Wood
Runtime: N/A
Rated: N/A
Genre: Drama, Mystery, Thriller
Released: N/A
Plot: A disturbed woman confronts a mysterious stranger and the echoes of her past to find peace.

The Redeeming (2018)

Storyline The Redeeming : A disturbed single mother confronts a mysterious stranger and the echoes of her past to protect her home.

Director: Brian Barnes
Writer: Roger Thomas
Stars: Robert Blackwood, Robert Coren, Ryan Wichert

“Bad memories always haunt you.”

Logline

A disturbed single mother must confront a mysterious stranger to protect her home, but her struggle to hold onto her sanity could doom them both.

A gripping psychological thriller for fans of films like ‘Don’t Breathe’, ‘Blue Ruin’ and ‘Get Out’, plus classics such as ‘Shutter Island’, ‘The Others’, ‘Misery’, ‘The Shining’ and ‘Psycho’.

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Short Synopsis

Joyce has a hidden past that she has blocked from her mind. Now, fragments of these buried memories are beginning to surface. Worried about her state of mind, she takes shelter from a raging storm in an isolated cottage. When mysterious stranger John breaks into her life, Joyce must protect herself and her home. But, her struggle with her inner demons could push Joyce over the edge and doom them both. After a fight and chase through the house, a shocking twist reveals just how fragile Joyce’s reality has become.

Filmed partly by candlelight during the worst storms the UK had experienced in two decades, cast and crew channelled this isolation and disturbed atmosphere to create the intense claustrophobia of the film.

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Long Synopsis

For many years Joyce has been free of the bad memories that haunted her dreams. Events she was happy to forget.

But fragments are beginning to return. They confuse her and she would rather they were dead and buried.

As Joyce becomes more disturbed, she seeks peace in an isolated cottage, miles from anywhere.

Even in this silent retreat, she cannot escape the troubling images that taunt her and make no sense.

The unexpected arrival of a mysterious young man is a respite from her thoughts – despite her suspicions of how he came to be there.

However, the longer the man remains at the cottage, the more Joyce becomes confused by his possible connection to her.

Horrific memories flood back into her mind, and this man’s insistence that she remember her past could push Joyce over the edge and doom them both.

After a fight and chase through the house, a shocking twist reveals just how fragile Joyce’s reality has become.

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About the film

‘The Redeeming’ is an intense psychological thriller with mesmerising performances from Tracey Ann Wood (Joyce) and Ryan Wichert (John).

Roger Thomas’s screenplay is a thrilling page-turner, where you just never know what’s going to happen next. ‘The Redeeming’ forces viewers to acknowledge that we all believe what we need to believe in order to survive.

Filmed partly by candlelight during the worst storms the UK had experienced in two decades, cast and crew were trapped in a remote Somerset (SW England) farmhouse, with rising floodwaters cutting them off physically and mentally.

Cast and crew channelled this isolation and disturbed atmosphere to create the intense claustrophobia of the film.

This psychological thriller will appeal to fans of ‘Don’t Breathe’, ‘Get Out’ and ‘Blue Ruin’, as well as classic films like ‘Shutter Island’, ‘The Others’, ‘Misery’, ‘The Shining’ and ‘Psycho’.

‘The Redeeming’ is the debut feature by Brian Barnes (“the world’s most experienced first-time director”), who gave Christopher Nolan (‘Interstellar’, ‘Batman’) his first job.

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