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USA 2023
produced by
Dana Kippel, Ryan Jack Connell, Michael Thomas DeLano, Loan Thach, Adam Sigal, Zac Coats, Michael Okun (executive) for Crazy Carrot Films, COTU Media
directed by Dana Kippel
starring Dana Kippel, Grace Patterson, Marissa Patterson, Ariana Brown, Jadelyn Breier, Joe Filippone, Ryan Jack Connell, Campbell Crates, Maya Knell, Dash Katz, Gerome Olona, Corey Brooks, Chris Levine, Nathaniel Burns, Robert Enriquez, Diana Price, Starla Caldwell, Perri Stauffer Reavis, Jamie Greaves, Thea Greaves, Caden Finch, Jake Klancnik, Cheree Ramon, Tim Sauer, Talen Connell, Zac Coats
written by Dana Kippel, music by Ched Tolliver

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Summer (Dana Kippel) persuades her four best friends - Katie (Grace Patterson), Annie (Marissa Patterson), Nia (Ariana Brown) and Liz (Jadelyn Breier) - to join her for a spiritual retreat somewhere in the middle of nowhere. The aim of that retreat, that's also described as an obstacle course, is to find oneself - even if not all of Summer's friends know they've even lost themselves - but then again, if they make it through the retreat they'll actually get paid, so that seals the deal. The retreat though is not what any of them has expected, since their first spiritual guide Hermes (Joe Filippone) proves to be a bit of a clueless joker, their later guide Inanna (Campbell Crates) has hippie girl written all over her - and it seems the girls are dropping off by the wayside, to never be seen again. As little do our heroines know, there are dark forces controlling the game who need the girls bodies for their own nefarious schemes ...


Reflect is most certainly a most unusual movie, at the sametime an esoteric, almost trip-like film about self-discovery as it is a pretty weird thriller with a science fiction backdrop, and the film has at least as many comedic as dramatic bits to it. But the whole thing is a surprisingly coherent whole that makes perfect use of its beautiful, sometimes almost otherworldly scenery, achieves many an atmospheric scene, has suspense in all the right places, and a competent ensemble with just the right scenery really bring the whole thing to life, making this one weird but most certainly worthwhile experience.

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