Half LightDemi Moore are desperate because of the death of her 5-year-old son at her country home. A year later, after many efforts to go through fire and water, she decides to live in small village to have better life. She does not know that she continues to undergo terrible days in there.Keywords:
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Directors of "Half Light"Craig RosenbergBirthdate: 1965, Australia
Creators of "Half Light"Craig RosenbergBirthdate: 1965, Australia
Critic Reviews of "Half Light"Empire Magazine AustralasiaNovember 07, 2012
Plenty of stringy wind-swept hair and shapeless woolly jumpers abound, and at least there's picturesque scenery for a slow afternoon's viewing.Eye for FilmJune 13, 2008
More televisual than cinematic, Half Light is too chocolate boxy and clean to be completely convincing, but it's a diverting enough story.musicOMH.comJune 15, 2007
if you strip away all the references to other films, and all the play on genres, what remains is a film without its own soul, as insubstantial, and as difficult to credit, as a spectre half-glimpsed through the Scottish mist.Urban CinefileJuly 13, 2006
Demi Moore is used to the odd supernatural love story (Ghost, 1990) and she works hard at Rachel, but the screenplay just isn't up to the genre. It's not super, it's not that natural and it's not very thrilling ... the end result is not even half right.ViewLondonJune 24, 2006
There's a pleasingly Hitchcockian feel to this entertainingly old-fashioned thriller and writer-director Craig Rosenberg pulls off several impressive twists so that you're never quite sure just where the story's going.Shadows on the WallMay 27, 2006
This moody thriller is fairly strong on gothic creepiness, but not so good with actual thrills.DVDTalk.comFebruary 05, 2006
Cinematic Sominex that feels like it was tailor-made for immediate simultaneous broadcast on the Lifetime Channel and the Oxygen Network.
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