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Reviewed in the United States on September 1, 2019
There is a strong element of possession or/and obsession with the object of our affection, the object of our love. Is A in love with Rhiannon or obsessed with her? Are they the same thing? Are they opposite sides of the same coin? That which we call love, especially teen-age love is strongly obsessive/possessive. A, the non-gender-specific spirit, cannot leave her alone- a sign of obsession. But there is no answer to that question.
Okay. A spirit that must move from body to body every day. It's an interesting concept. How did the movie handle the theme? Not badly. The movie was okay. It is probably going to appeal more to the younger age group than those past 35. The cinematography was good. The story had a little trouble finding its pace in the early parts, but does and flows nicely from there. The dialog was teen-speak, so I don't know if it was good dialog or not. The acting was uneven, IMO. Despite her billing, Ms Rice was only fair, She did not consistently display the range of emotions her character required, so she wasn't always believable. Among the other actors, there was a gap between the good and not so good. Some of the "A abductees" portrayed it believably and some, not at all. I found Mr Teague's portrayal of Alexander to be believable and relatable, and even heartfelt. Kudos to him. I would recommend this to young adults and say to those older than 35, it might not be your cup of tea.