At around the 25 min mark. When Claire, Andy and Mark are on their bicycles in front on the nine crosses, at one point the camera shows Mark on his bicycle. In the very next shot he is standing beside it and in the third, he is again sitting on it. See more »
Written by S. Clarke, C. Happel, R. Solis, M. Williams
Performed by Parsecs
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I loved it. It gives you everything you want in an adventure film, plus good surprises. The main character is agonizingly true to life in behavior and thinking. The other characters are also so realistic that, for the first half of the film, it is tantalizingly hard to tell who is the villain. Minor characters add poignant touches. There are shades of "Blair Witch" in the camera work, which lends to the suspense and realism, and there are also beautiful scenic shots of nature. Since this movie won "Best Family Film" at the Bentonville Film Festival, you can confidently sit down in front of it with the kids. Yet the movie is scary and unpredictable. The exciting conclusion transcends the ordinary. Three cheers, five stars!
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