Magdalena Welling wasn't always a recluse, living in an abandoned warehouse, surrounded by outdated computers and archaic medical equipment. Before the accident. Now, after 4 years of groundbreaking work, she's made a breakthrough, a discovery so great it could change the face of science. But it will also require taking a risk so great that Magdalena's world will never be the same!
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Magdalena's Long WalkAug. 26 2006
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After it was over the three of us looked at each other with quizzical looks... (NOTE: We did not watch any out-takes etc on the DVD, just the movie). Regardless of what the plot-line actually called for, we ended up deciding that the last scene--of Magdalena utterly lost in her own reality--was where she had been all along and that the entire movie was a journey through her fantasy-world. Too, the movie was really slow--long scenes of people walking through the factory for instance. The operation scene was laughable but fun. That aside, we enjoyed Amy Shelton-White's (Magdalena) command of her character throughout the movie. She was convincing, engaging, worth watching. We'll watch for her in future films--she's got talent.