Much of the allegorical force Harel and Sarmiento's film has built up is undone by its utterly conventional, lameass-switcheroo ending, which may be an indication that more than enough virtual ink has been spilled on this subject.
Written by a weirdo named Trent Haaga for no other purpose than to outrage, Deadgirl is part S&M porno, part supernatural chiller, and worthy only if you're interested in how far movies can go before the police arrive.
THIS IS BY FAR THE BEST OF QUENTIN'S FILMS -I THINK.\nTHIS IS FULL OF BRILLIANT PERFORMANCES,FROM GRIER TO FORSTER,FONDA AND KEATON,JACKSON AND TUCKER TO DE NIRO.\nWELL CONSTRUCTED STORY LINE THAT ENRAPTURES ONE INTO THE MOVIE...ESP. THE 'SHOPPING AT THE STORE' SEQUENCE.\nCOMES WITH PLENTY OF EXTRAS TOO.
A beautiful film, good acting and some plot twists
Soda Springs is an uplifting story about second chances and redemption. It is a well acted and beautifully shot film with a couple of good plot twists. Many of the characters in the film are easy to identify with which brings it home in several scenes. It starts slowly and builds nicely. This film won best feature film at the Louisville International Festival of film 2011 and won the audience award at the 2012 Sun Valley Film Festival and the 2012 Breckenridge Festival of film. That says a lot. This is a great little indie film worth seeing.