Elizabeth and Johnny, each of whose pasts have been sorrowful, find salvation in each the other. Theirs is a romance that knows no bounds until an accident leaves one in a coma and their burgeoning love ripped apart. Enter the guarded Seth who has been keeping a watch over the shattered Elizabeth. He resolves to do what it takes to save Johnny even if that means the only way to prolong his life, which hangs in the balance, is by turning him into a vampire. Shot in Memphis Tennessee from a reinvigorating fresh perspective, Daylight Fades conjures a heartbreaking experience of love found and lost and reborn, the depths of despair and the profound connections we break in the mending of our hearts.
What do you do when you can save the life of the man you love by giving him eternal life? Desperate for a second chance, Elizabeth makes the unthinkable choice in this thoroughly engaging horror thriller. A FilmBuff Presentation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Amanda H (gb) wrote: Another masterpiece from Miyazaki
Karsh D (au) wrote: Sweet little family fantasy film. Young girl discovers she has inherited magical powers from a family line of witches
Alex V (mx) wrote: One of those uber charming rom coms, simply adore. The chemistry just permeates.
John R (es) wrote: 150515: Due to pace I was considering giving this film three stars but the finale gave me a satisfying smile for some reason. An enjoyable hour and a half. I'm surprised this film didn't get more press when it came out considering its religious references. I had never even heard of it until visiting the local library for some cheap entertainment. Definitely worth watching at least one time as it keeps you anticipating the outcome.
Melissa S (br) wrote: its so bad it good its so bad it passed good and went back to bad im a zombie purest and they just butchered zombie not to mention the wooden acting and bad special effects
Tsubaki S (au) wrote: An ok attempt at trying to revive the heroic bloodshed wave. It's pretty much a Bullet in the Head remake, but while "Bullet" dedicated time to develope it's characters here everything feels rushed and by-the-numbers. Not bad, but it just feel like a very long deja vu of stuff that has been done before, and better. Honglei Sun once more steals the whole thing, and Shu Qi is Shu Qi.
Millo T (br) wrote: Lovely, lovely Giulietta Massina