The Mourning

February 15, 2017 - Comment

20 years after going MIA in Desert Storm, Aaron returns home under mysterious conditions, not having aged since his disappearance, and must reestablish relationships with loved ones before an imminent return to an ambiguous other-worldly existence.

20 years after going MIA in Desert Storm, Aaron returns home under mysterious conditions, not having aged since his disappearance, and must reestablish relationships with loved ones before an imminent return to an ambiguous other-worldly existence.

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SBWalt says:

Should have checked the IMDB rating first! I watched this on Amazon prime because of the high rating it got there… without noticing that the IMDB rating was a very low 3.5/10! These 5 star reviews may be from the crew that made this movie. It started out very well but then fell apart. Poorly written and executed. Uneven quality. Script was not well thought out. Ending not as clear as it should have been. Some of the actors, like Michael Walton, were excellent while others were not so good. Some scenes look like they were filmed by…

Red Hawk says:

on the flip side of all that I really would like to have known what REALLY happened to him I am giving this move 3 stars, provisionally. (Possible ‘spoiler alert’ here)… A lot of thought went into the concept and production as a lower-budget film. In other words, I appreciate the artistry behind it all. A number of comments mention “incomplete” and “what happened?!” I am guessing that the writers/editors/etc. wanted to emphasize Aaron’s experience with his ‘earthly’ connexions under the circumstances. However, on the flip side of all that I really would like to have…

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