April 17, 2007

Variety's review of Imprint

ImprintA shrewdly moody attempt at an old-fashioned ghost story with a Native American twist, "Imprint" generates a respectable amount of suspense without resorting to either cheap shocks or splashy f/x. This low-key indie drama is likely too subdued and unspectacular to compete in the mainstream theatrical marketplace. But strategically pinpointed regional engagements could prime the pump for a successful DVD rollout.

Tonantzin Carmelo (TNT’s "Into the West") persuasively conveys equal measures of anxiety and intelligence as Denver assistant prosecutor Shayla Stonefeather. Shayla has a close encounter with the supernatural when she returns to the Pine Ridge Reservation in the badlands of South Dakota to visit her dying father (Charlie White Buffalo).
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