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• Shooting Locations
• USA: Feb 22, 2002
• UK: 7 Jun 2002
DVD Release Date
• R1: Jul 30, 2002
• R2: 7 Apr 2003
Rated PG-13 for thematic material and mild sensuality.
1 hour, 44 minutes
Country USA, Germany
Studio Universal Pictures
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• Im Zeichen der Libelle (2002)
|Genre: Thriller, Drama, Sci-Fi, Supernatural, Doctor, Suspense, Tragedy, Ghosts, Psychic|
Tagline: When someone you love dies... are they gone forever?
Plot: As head of emergency services for Chicago Memorial Hospital, Dr. Joe Darrow (Devin Costner) is a respected expert in trauma and triage. But his professional knowledge provides little comfort when tragedy claims the life of his wife. A doctor herself, Emily Darrow (Susanna Thompson) was on a medical mercy mission when she died in a bus accident on a remote mountain road in Venezuela.
Reminders of Emily are everywhere, among them images of dragonflies, her personal totem because of a birthmark on her shoulder. And then there are Emily's former patients in the pediatric oncology ward. Joe promised to look in on them when Emily left for Venezuela, and now finds that they offer a surprising link to her. To the kids, Darrow is not a burned-out E.R. doc, but rather 'Emily's Joe.' And as some of these young patients survive near-death experiences, Joe begins to believe that Emily is trying to communicate with him - from the other side. While Joe's co-workers and friends worry about his mental stability, Joe comes to realize that he must draw on faith - rather than fact - for answers to his
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Seen as a whole, Dragonfly works. Its pacing is not slow so much as deliberate, taking the time to develop a layered mystery, moving confidently from point to point. 65/100
--Jack Witzig (ColdSpot)