DON'T READ IF YOU DON'T WANT ALL THE DETAILS. Not the plot - just the clues about ghosts. It's not a horror show at all, just makes you think about what is a big possibility to be real. I've found out by watching these Indie films I like them WAY better than Hollywood shows with all the bigname stars, the Indies have more down to earth realism to them that I connect with. This is my favorite now right next to The Others with Nicole Kidman which I've watched at least a dozen times, always hoping for a different ending LOL. This ending is as big a shocker! not scary shocker just plot-wise. I didn't really pick up on all the clues until I watched it a second time. I thought only the girl was a ghost til the end and saw the newspaper about the crash from 10 years before and then the ruined car in the yard and knew Rusty was too. what a shock! Josh was the only survivor. so I had to watch it again and see all the clear hints - his sister talking to Josh in the kitchen made me think he really was there although I wondered why she turned the lights out while he was still there, then it explains she's a medium and just knew his spirit was there and could hear her. So for 10 years while he's in the hospital in a coma, his spirit is outside his body, living in the old house and going to work every day in the diner and he doesn't know he's not there in the flesh. In the lounge - the girls his niece Marcy and his hospital nurse Lucy never see Josh and Rusty. Since Josh doesn't know he's not really there and doesn't want to connect with another girl because he's still in love with Emily, and Rusty is a ghost, there's no interaction. When the girls are in the pool they really can't see the guys. And Josh's mother - I was wondering if she was a ghost too but didn't know for sure until she disappeared in the hospital. Amelia/Emily and Rusty are there with opposing missions - Amelia wants Josh to let go and cross over, Rusty is determined to make him WAKE UP and live the rest of his life. All his efforts throughout the film are an attempt to wake Josh up out of his coma. Josh is a real heartbreaker, his sadness is so real. So are all the other actors' emotions. I wanted Rusty to win, but since he didn't, I would have loved to see Josh walk off into the woods holding Amelia/Emily's hand instead of her walking off alone. I'll be watching this over and over for sure.