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PALI ROAD is a mesmerizing and chilling journey into the mystery of the human psyche and the power of love. Lily (Chen), a young doctor, wakes up from a car accident to discover she is now married to her boyfriend's affluent rival, Dr. Mitch Kayne (Kang), has a five year old son, and an established life she has no recollection of. Everyone around her, including her parents, deny that her boyfriend, Neil (Rathbone), ever existed, sending her on a desperate search for the truth. Determined to reclaim a life everyone insists is nothing more than an illusion, Lily eventually begins to doubt her own sanity. Struggling to overcome her seemingly hopeless situation, Lily endures a series of unexplainable and haunting incidents while bravely making her way to an ultimate mind bending truth about the power of true love.
I really enjoyed Pali Road. It had everything a you could ask for. There was suspense, romance, drama and beautiful back ground scenery. I loved the story line it was mysterious and suspenseful. I was on the edge of my seat and a couple of times some scenes made me jump because it surprised me. The actors and actress did an excellent job. The casting was perfect. I was not expecting much due to a locally filmed movie but I was pleasantly surprised on how well the movie was made. I didn't like the ending it ended abruptly. I would have liked to have had some closure. It made me feel something was missing. It made you have to think about what happened around the mystery. I would go see it again and this time I would follow it a lot closer now that I have an idea what to look for.
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