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Rated NR · 2015

This film centers around Clair Defina, a 33year-old New Yorker who returns to the childhood home she and her father fled after her mother's tragic and mysterious death. Arriving in the seemingly quaint Maine town, Clair encounters an undercurrent of secrecy and hostility, most of it linked to the local bigwig Cyrus Gast, whose latest land development scheme promises to revitalize the community but is not what it appears to be. Most of the town is intimidated by Cyrus, and when Clair starts delving into events, both present and past, she finds herself in jeopardy.

Director: Brad Coley
Writer: Brad Coley
Cast: Rachel Miner, William Sadler, Wendy Vanden Heuvel, Andy Comeau, Ellen Albertini Dow and Chris Sarandon

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