Illusion

In this 2004 film, an iconic movie director, Donald Baines is in the twilight of his life where he ponders the whereabouts of his son and what has become of him.

Enter stage right, Stan, his assistant (not of this world as he’s dead) brings a silver lining to the silver screen showing Christopher’s (the movie director’s son) life in three separate scenarios. It’s sort of like A Christmas Carol and the three ghosts as it tells what was, what is, and what will be.

The ailing director regrets his past by ignoring his son but redeems himself in the end by arranging a scene written for Christopher and Isabelle to meet – you have to watch this as I’m not going to give the ending away, come on, you should know be by now 🙂

Michael A. Goorjian does a great job both as actor and director, but I believe Kirk Douglas did a remarkable job of portraying a dying soul