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    Jamie Marks Is Dead

    In a small town, the body of Jamie Marks, a teenagerĀ nobody really knew or interacted with except occasionally to bully,Ā is found by the river.Ā His ghost is then seen by two high school students: Gracie Highsmith, who discovered the body, and Adam McCormick,Ā the star of his cross-country team whoĀ becomes fascinated with Jamie.Ā Adam thenĀ is caught between two worlds,Ā the spirit and material one when heĀ and Jamie begin a loving but platonic relationship.
    Duration: 101 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2014
    IMDb: 5.5
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  • Actors of "Jamie Marks Is Dead"

  • Characters of "Jamie Marks Is Dead"

    Gracie Highsmith. Character of Jamie Marks Is Dead
    Played by: Morgan Saylor
    Jamie Marks. Character of Jamie Marks Is Dead
    Played by: Noah Silver
    Adam McCormick. Character of Jamie Marks Is Dead
    Linda. Character of Jamie Marks Is Dead
    Played by: Liv Tyler
  • Directors of "Jamie Marks Is Dead"

    Carter Smith. Director of Jamie Marks Is Dead
    Carter Smith
    Birthdate: 6 September 1971
  • Creators of "Jamie Marks Is Dead"

    Christopher Barzak. Director of Jamie Marks Is Dead
    Christopher Barzak
    Carter Smith. Director of Jamie Marks Is Dead
    Carter Smith
    Birthdate: 6 September 1971
  • Critic Reviews of "Jamie Marks Is Dead"

    Los Angeles Times
    August 29, 2014

    "Jamie Marks Is Dead" admirably refuses to hew to conventional horror tropes and is acted with integrity by its young performers, but the film nonetheless has a nagging pulse problem.
    August 29, 2014

    It is likely to test the patience of many viewers.

    New York Times
    August 28, 2014

    Temperate in tone but screaming with subtext, "Jamie Marks Is Dead" climbs above the current glut of supernaturally inclined entertainment by dint of a hushed unease that permeates almost every frame.

    Village Voice
    August 27, 2014

    The film uses its phantasmagoric conceit, a sickly-hued poetry, and eerie sound design to build metaphors for closeted homoeroticism and melancholic unfulfillment.

    New York Daily News
    August 27, 2014

    Writer-director Carter Smith got his start as a successful fashion photographer. But you wouldn't know it from the murky look of this generic thriller.

    January 21, 2014

    The potentially ludicrous story is handled artfully enough here to cast an eerie but not off-putting spell throughout, though the ultimate point is more than a tad murky, and the desired poignancy doesn't fully come across.

    The Film Stage
    June 21, 2016

    It may have more brains behind it than The Ruins, but hopefully Smith can find material truly worthy of his technical talents with his next feature.

    NYC Movie Guru
    August 30, 2014

    Unpredictable, atmospheric and enigmatic. This isn't your average coming-of-age film which makes it all the more refreshing, unique and un-Hollywood.

    JoBlo's Movie Emporium
    August 29, 2014

    A nifty little sleeper in the vein of DONNIE DARKO.

    Film Threat
    August 26, 2014

    It's a film that I liked more when no one was speaking, getting into the atmosphere of this world without having to deal with the awkward plotting within it.

    Salt Lake Tribune
    August 26, 2014

    Writer-director Carter Smith sets a brooding, chilly atmosphere, but he also writes opaquely vague dialogue and includes in a subplot involving Adam's mother (Liv Tyler) that goes nowhere.

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