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  • Nov 6, 2011
One of the best independent films I have had the pleasure of seeing [full of emotion, redemtion, and even action]. Michael did a great job directing this feature as it moves smoothly and never feels forced at all. This is a wonderful film that I really feel everybody would enjoy with out a doubt, it is Douglas's last performance that should warrant at least a rental. Go into this knowing you are about to be taken on a marvelous journey through the human spirit.
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review by . November 06, 2011
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      ILLUSION      Have you ever sat around and wondered to yourself if your life was a movie, something that was being recorded from all angles and edited together once you go. For anyone who has ever thought about that this film is for you because it is all about that concept. I honestly bought this movie based on the fact that Ted Raimi is in it, and even though I was sure it was possibly only a cameo I still had to have it. Thankfully not only is he in …
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An elderly Kirk Douglas shines in this role as famed Hollywood director Donald Baines, who is nearing death and reevaluating his life. What troubles him most is the son he abandoned and never knew. As he slips into sleep, Baines is shown a film of his son's painful journey through life, which is marked by the absence of his father. But in the film's moving conclusion, Baines is offered the opportunity of a lifetime--to set things right.
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MPAA Rating: Unrated
DVD Release Date: Gaiam (May 29, 2007)

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