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Soulmate 2013

After suffering a personal tragedy, Audrey retreats to an isolated country cottage to hide from the world. As terrifying visions take hold, she soon finds out that she is not alone. But is the ghost friend or foe? Presented by NEIL MARSHALL (The Descent, Dog Soldiers), Soulmate stars ANNA WALTON (Hellboy II: The Golden Army) and TOM WISDOM (300), and is directed by AXELLE CAROLYN (Centurion).

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Genres Horror
Director Axelle Carolyn
Studio Soda Pictures
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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Spooky, heartbreaking, beautiful. It's more a story about loss, loneliness and redemption than a ghost story. A little gem. The silence and the landscape become a character in the movie. simply loved it
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Audrey (Anna Walton) shows up at a remote Wales cottage to get away from life. She is unsociable and melancholy. She wears a wedding ring and her wrists are bandaged. She has difficulty playing her violin and is on medications. If you haven't figured out her story in the first five minutes, you will get a full explanation later on. Of course she meets a ghost. Not as friendly as Caspar, but more like the Ghost and Mrs. Muir without the comedy.

The film is drama about coping with life and moving on. The ghost aspect is secondary. This is a ghost story for people who like Lifetime films and don't like to be scared. The film is slow and not for everyone.

Parental Guide: No sex or nudity.
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I had the opportunity to attend the North American premiere of Axelle Carolyn's Soulmate at the Egyptian Theatre. The film was dark, gothic, hauntingly romantic, and in a word, fantastic.

Audrey (Anna Walton) is a recent, young widow who is plagued by the premature death of her husband. She attempts suicide to escape her pain, but her failure leads her to an even deeper depression. She escapes to a remote cottage in the Wales countryside to be in solitude and to work on her music once again. Audrey soon hears noises coming from a locked room in the cottage, only to eventually learn that it is haunted by the previous owner, Douglas Talbot (Tom Wisdom). Axelle creates suspense, both with the accompanying music score and with the camera. However, the jump-in-your-seat shocks happen when you least expect them! I admit, I flinched several times and on one occasion, actually let out a quick scream, much to my embarrassment. Instead of running away from her ghostly housemate, Audrey befriends him, much to his amazement. Their friendship develops beautifully; each one helping the other cope with the torments of their past. There is a love for one another, one much deeper than the other, though.

Anna is superb as Audrey; you feel her pain along with her, often with a knot in your stomach as she tries to make it through each day. As her tension relaxes with her new supernatural friend, you experience the warm, fuzzy feelings during their unique moments of camaraderie. Simple gestures, such as playing chess together (as Douglas struggles to move the pieces to the desired space with his energy), leaves you with a sweet smile. And when Audrey feels terror, you feel it with her.
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By Ginger Nuts TOP 100 REVIEWER on 29 July 2015
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Soulmate stars Anna Walton as Audrey, in what at first seems an all too familiar tale of a woman with a recent tragic past - husband dead in an accident, her own attempted suicide - who fetches up at a lonely old farmhouse in a quiet village to recuperate. And for the first 30 or 40 minutes, we have what is a very competent and extremely creepy haunted house film, with a great atmosphere and truly wonderful moments of sheer dread. No jump scares, really. But then, something very interesting happens - and this may be a mild spoiler, but it's in the interests of knowing what you're getting here - she actually makes contact with the ghost and what then follows is a very well-made psychological and emotional drama. It still has moments of eeriness, but it's clear that the film is as much about the mental and emotional path of Audrey as she finds possible hope and healing in interacting with this spirit. It's subtle, sombre and leans to the dark, but it's carried with aplomb by one of the strongest acting performances I've seen in a long time. Anna Walton is pitch perfect and gives a truly natural performance. No idea why she's not in more. Greta little film; surprising and moving, with a little bit of mystery as well.
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Soulmate is as much a film about psychology and suspense as about supernatural events, however - Beware! This isn't a gore fest, or a jump-out-your-skin fright fest, but a well-crafted, slow-burning tale, exploring the growth (and sudden fall) in the relationship between a bereaved woman and a male ghost. There's a slight sag in the middle of the film which could have been pruned, but, minor quibble aside, this was a great independent film. There are some nice extras too with interviews with the cast and crew, and two short films staring Jean Marsh and Derek Jacobi. If you like a ghost story that gives a pleasant chill, then I'd happily recommend Soulmate.
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The British horror film industry seems to be making a very successful come-back recently and this is another great offering. A classic British haunting with many surprising twists in the plot that sets a new elevated niche in the genre.
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I really enjoyed this film,it is totally original,with a nice twist at the end.I bought it because Neil Marshall was involved and I love Dog Soldiers and the Descent.Audrey is in mourning for her husband and trying to recover from her depressive state rents out a remote Welsh cottage with a tragic past.If you like ghost stories this one has a little more depth and emotion and explores the reasoning that maybe a ghost is a product of extreme past traumas.It is a welcome change from the usual gory scream films.
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