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Suspension (2008)

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Format: DVD
Sku: 207510394
UPC: 883929018604
UPC 14: 00883929018604
Category Keywords: Psychodrama  Suspense  Thriller
Rating: NR
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Daniel loses his wife and son in a car accident. While slowly recovering from his injuries, he rebuilds his son's video camera that was destroyed in the crash. Infused with power from the moment of the crash, the camera develops the ability to stop time when Daniel presses the pause button. This discovery restores Daniel's purpose, and he fills the vacuum in his life by taking responsibility for another victim, Sarah, a newlywed who lost her husband in the same accident. At first Daniel only watches her, then tries to improve her life in small ways. But using his power to "help" becomes an addiction, and the vastness of Daniel's power can do only one thing...corrupt him.

"...[a] finely made science-fiction/tragic-monster story...[with] the most imaginative use of 3-D stop-time since The Matrix.  Richard von Busack, San Jose Metro

Editor's Note
After losing his wife and only child in a car accident, one man will stumble upon something that will have profound implications on the nature of time as we know it. When the trauma leads him to discover how to manipulate reality, he becomes an odd savior to those who are about to experience similar traumas to his own. But will his new power help him heal his psychic wounds or destroy more than just his emotional well-being?


Video Features DVD, Aspect Ratio 1.85:1

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Warner Home Video
Video Release Date Release Date: 5/27/2008
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 2008
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 1000038586
Video UPC UPC: 00883929018604
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.85:1

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Annie Tedesco
Video Cast Info Caroline Vinciguerra
Video Cast Info Dan Nichols
Video Cast Info Scott Cordes
Video Cast Info Alec Joler - Director
Video Cast Info Alec Joler - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Aris Blevins - Screenplay
Video Cast Info Aris Blevins - Producer
Video Cast Info Ben Van Cleave - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Ethan Shaftel - Director
Video Cast Info Ethan Shaftel - Based On Story By
Video Cast Info Ethan Shaftel - Executive Producer
Video Cast Info Hillel Aron - Editor
Video Cast Info Jed Whedon - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Meg Decker - Editor
Video Cast Info Nick Foster - Art Director
Video Cast Info Sarah Kruchowski - Production Designer

Professional Reviews

San Jose Metro 9 of 10
Alec Joler and Ethan Shaftel's finely made science-fiction/tragic-monster story takes a well-worn gimmick--a device that can freeze time--and comes up with an intelligent new angles on it. Dan (Scott Cordes, sort of a portly version of William H. Macy) loses his family in a traffic accident. After he recovers, he discovers a supernatural quality to the family's video camera that allows him to stop the world around him. What first seems like a Shyamalan-style study of mourning shifts into Cronenberg terrain; Dan becomes romantically obsessed with Sarah (Annie Tedesco), whose husband was at fault in the collision. She is only one who senses (painfully) the stopped time: an effect indicated by a uniquely eerie image, the slight stuttering of the pupils of her eyes, throbbing in an otherwise frozen face. Here is some of the most imaginative use of 3-D stop-time since The Matrix. The picture is soulful in addition to being technically adept. Shooting in east Kansas, photographer Ben Van Cleave finds fresh locations, big skies and a sense of vastness and stillness, all befitting a horror story of a man who is one moving figure in a motionless landscape. (I guess the jerky thing to say--and allow me to be the first jerk to say it--is that every 50 years you get a great horror film out of Lawrence, Kan., and it's almost been that long since Carnival of Souls.) - Richard von Busack

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