Seeing Heaven details
|Starring:||Anthony Styles, Nic Gilder, Israel Cassol|
|Run time:||1 hour 46 minutes|
|Rental release:||25 Apr 2011|
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Seeing Heaven or HellBy OscarFreak (483 reviews) from London , 08 Jun 2011
[Highly rated reviewer]An interesting film once I managed to get into it. The dream sequences did become a little repetitive, but the film did have a story line and which was well told. The cast excelled at what they were doing and managed to keep the dark side of the story to the fore. Well worth a viewing.
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Slow moving.By a customer , 29 May 2013Dragged out to fill time. This could have been turned into a 30 minute docu/drama. It was a good storyline but very slow moving. I felt the film makers could not think of creative ways to fill the time. So they added 'flash backs' but there were too many that did not appear to flow with the rest of the film. It was a little bit like watching 2 different films on 2 different channels and flickin back and forth between the 2.
seeing boredomBy a customer , 05 Dec 2012This film bored me. Although i was only able to sit through the first 20 minutes, it struck me that a lot of the acting is really really bad. The overall impression left is of a film that speaks to nobody except the niche audience suggested by the subject matter.
Gay cinema, at its best, can engage everyone... but this didn't seem to come close.
Lost in a dreamBy Magalite (1 review) , 26 Oct 2012OK, sorry this lost me a little bit!! Although I watched it twice. Some of the actors looked as though they have starred in porn films. The dream scenes are very repetetive which let this down. I have to confess that I thought that this was a Porn Film and dumbed down for general relesase
there is talent to be foundBy a customer , 13 Sep 2012Slow in some places but very deep with some good actors especially the guy playing John Baxter. I Google the actor on youtube , Lee Chapman has an amazing talent as an actor and a bodybuilder . He should be in more movies
slow slow slowBy a customer , 09 Feb 2012slow slow slow. The dream scenes went on and on and added very little the more they went on. This film takes stamina to watch through to the end. Best to skip it.