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Logline: Only by combining their visions of future deadly events can an attorney and his mentally ill twin save innocent lives, so when one of them skips town, leaving only ambiguous sketches behind, the other must find new ways to get the "whole pictures" before impending tragedies hit
**2020 Semi-Finalist FADE-IN AWARDS, HOLLYSHORTS and FLICKERS' RHODE ISLAND INTERNATIONAL**
Attorney Nolan Reynolds enjoys his time with his wife, Scarlet, and son, Lucas, but other than
their Thursday night dinners, he sees little of them—lawyers’ free time being scant. Nolan confides
in Scarlet that his ability to see future calamities is tormenting him more than usual, and his
recurring vision of his own death is becoming more vivid and terrifying. She’s his emotional rock.
Later on, Nolan and Lucas find Scarlet brutally attacked and unconscious. Rushed to the hospital,
she slips into a coma. Sgt. Libby Raines, a CPD detective, suspects that Scarlet’s attacker may be a
wanted serial killer. She and Nolan are determined to find the offender before he strikes again.
Even Lucas, a true-crime TV fanatic, offers advice in moments of desperation. At the hospital, a
peculiar string of events leads Nolan to his long-lost twin brother with whom he shares a
supernatural connection. They both suffer upsetting visions of the future. This reunion finally
reveals how their psychic abilities were designed to work—in combination with each other’s.
Nolan’s world shifts when he discovers that he and Carter were separated at birth due to financial
issues. Nolan hopes they will identify the maniac who hurt Scarlet, but they’re distracted by
“seeing” differing details of a boat explosion on Lake Michigan that is about to kill an entire family.
Strong-willed Lucas is amazed and jumps in to help stop the disaster despite Nolan’s objections
(his son’s safety on his mind). Sgt. Raines, skeptical but open-minded to their abilities, orders a
carbon dating test on Carter’s sketches of his visions and convinces herself to tag along at the
ready just in case.
Together, the visions, sketches and sharp minds of the group thwart the innocent family’s fiery
demise. Feeling that Carter is the missing link to making Nolan whole and that their visions are
now actionable, Nolan’s anxiety is replaced with hope. But Nolan and Lucas are blind-sided when
Carter disappears from the hospital, leaving only a regretful note and his sketches behind.