Jenny Cole lives with her husband and son in middle America. She is pregnant and starts to have very vivid dreams about a small city that has a big church. She then starts talking to her mother about it and her mother shows her some drawings she made when she was a child. To her amazement they are identical to the drawings from her dreams that she is now having. Jenny and her mother do research and find that the dreams are about a small town in Ireland in the 1930s. The mother gives Jenny, her son and her husband tickets to go to Ireland, so that she can find out about her dreams. Had Jenny lived in the past after all as Mary Sutton?
Writer:Jenny Cockell (book), Sarah Bird, Richard Leder
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Chris B (fr) wrote: Interesting movie. Wish they would have interviewed philosophers with a more conservative perspective just for the sake of balance. Although in order to balance out Avital Ronell they would have had to interview Thomas Aquinas himself.
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Randy P (kr) wrote: Extremely terrible. No effort in making even a bad film, this is just awful. Anyone who would agree to be in this film, are sell-outs or flat broke.
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Craig B (nl) wrote: Really enjoyed this movie and was intrigued and thoroughly entertained.