I saw this film featured yesterday on Windy City Live and Fox Chicago, and decided to check it out. It's a good little movie - my only caveat is there should be a TRIGGER WARNING because all the main characters have onscreen suicide attempts which look all too real. As someone who has suffered from suicidal ideation, I was very interested because the TV host of Windy City Live lost a brother to suicide and he said the film handles the subject gracefully. After watching, I agree with him. In terms of the "anti suicide message" of the film, it is there, and it is admirable. What stops me from giving the film a 5 is that this genre isn't one where a PSA really works, but I give the writer/director kudos for trying. It takes balls to go out and make a movie with no prior experience, and to have the whole world opine on your creation. Respect.
This film kept me on the edge of my seat, literally. The acting was solid across the board, and the twist took me off guard (not going to spoil it for you). The only other twist that totally succeeded like this one that I can remember was the Sixth Sense. Totally original film that makes you think - and excellent handling of the sensitive subjects of depression/suicide. A good reminder to each out to the people who you know that might be suffering; make that call and check in. Bravo! 10/10 - well done and highly recommend
This is my favorite genre (action, suspense, crime, thriller) so it is hard to impress me, but I am impressed! There are so many plot twists! The use of the notebooks were intriguing and twisted! The deals that are made.....YIKES! Don't even get me started on the ending! Absolutely loved it!