Fugue is a film firmly planted within my top list of 2011. Pretty bold to say, considering we aren't even halfway through the year yet. It really is that good.
It interweaves instances of the supernatural alongside its tale of one being wronged. Think Poltergeist meets Inside. That sounds weird, I know. But it works. Enough of my blabbering, here's the synopsis from the film's official site:
When you can't trust your own mind, how do you know what's real?
A young woman (newcomer Abigail Mittel) moves in with her boyfriend (Richard Gunn, "Dexter"), and becomes convinced her new home is haunted. But when she discovers the last eight months have been erased from her memory, she must uncover what caused the condition...before the past destroys her present.
An edgy, unique update on the classic ghost tale, FUGUE features stellar performances and stomach-churning scares. The film takes viewers on a mind-bending, terrifying journey that culminates in a shattering climactic twist.For more information about the film and how you can pre-order a copy, check out the film's site:
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