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John Dunning, a disgraced psychic who sees the dead, is thrust in the midst of the embattled Bellvue family empire, and must investigate the suspicious death of the last heir, while cynical journalist Valerie Kreuger documents his every move; but when the death is ruled a murder and John the sole suspect, he must venture into the depths of madness to uncover the truth about the family and their power, before he loses his mind - or worse.Written by
Just saw an advance screening for Revelator (2017) and I have to say that for all its constraints (perhaps in spite of them) the film proves an ambitious, intriguing indie that walks the line between a ghost story and a murder mystery in a way that the majority of films of its ilk can't manage.
The central mystery to the film strays from the run-of-the-mill whodunit gradually, and leads the audience down a rabbit hole into the obscure and occult. The production and performances are subtle and understated, and the photography equally deliberate.
Revelator is a slow, methodical exercise in deception frankly unlike any "indie horror" you're likely to see, and for that it's worth your time.
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