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Directed by Mark Fergus
Starring: Guy Pearce, J.K. Simmons, Steven Michael Quezada, William Fichtner, Nicholas Ballas, Piper Perabo, Rick Gonzalez
Review by Melissa R. Mendelson


SYNOPSIS:

Wound tight and cocky, Jimmy Starks is a smooth-talking salesman certain he's on the verge of a big break. Even when his car stalls in the middle of nowhere, a roadside soothsayer assures him a windfall is on its way. But although Jimmy should be happy when his boss suddenly agrees to financially back his business venture, he starts to become paranoid instead. As his girlfriend Deirdre and his best friend/ business partner Ed watch him slowly come unwound, Jimmy wonders if a past betrayal of his friend, newly paroled Vince, could be catching up to him. And, as the weather turns cold, Jimmy can't help but fear the mysterious seer's other prediction... that they'll be no tomorrow after the first snow.

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The road of my life has led me here, but I ran out of road. There are no more turns that I could take, no more moments to live. There is no direction to head back, and if I try, I would still find myself here, awaiting my end. The cold touch of death lingers like winter snow, and I stand with fate holding my hands. But I want to run, hide, but I canít escape what I have done.

The tapestry of my life is unraveling, blurring past with future. The cards are being dealt, and moments come into play. And mistakes left buried find me here, pulling the strings of fate that unravel the tapestry even more, and he grips my hands tight, afraid to tell me of my end. But I force the truth from his lips, and I realize that there is no hope of escaping fate. And I look to the sky, waiting for that first snow to fall.

We all put ourselves on this road of life. There is no U turn for the choices that we made, the actions that we have done. We keep driving, sometimes too fast without thinking, and then we reach our dead end. And there is no putting the car into reverse, slamming on the gas, and returning to a life now finished, so do we sit back and cut the ignition, waiting for that last moment to come into view? Or do we still press our foot against the pedal and crash into destiny?

Static roared on the other end of the phone. Somewhere in the darkness, he was listening, waiting, but was it only paranoia that dangled along the cord? And then Jimmy Starks heard that smooth voice, and the manís laughter fed his fear. Was he watching him now? Would he find him waiting outside? If he surrendered, admitted to what he had done, would the one on the other end simply walk away, or would he be the one to end his life?

Ambition drove the man sitting before him, and his hands tightened over his. He saw his dreams of wealth coming true, and he spoke of love waiting along the purple, majestic mountains. But as he plunged deeper into trance, he fell into darkness, and he broke free from the hands that held him. Ignoring the baffled man, he quickly returned the cash for the fortunes told, telling him the reading was over, but he would return, demanding the truth. And the psychic would have no choice but to tell Jimmy Starks that when the first snow falls, death would find him.

Time was running out. 36 messages waited to be heard, but he knew that it was him. His life was unraveling, and the past found his future. And a finger rested across the trigger, but would his confession spare his life? Flashes of her filled his mind, and he knew that he couldnít let go. But the sands of his life were now falling fast along the white snow, and a gunshot fires into the dark.

We take life for granted, thinking this ride would never end, and we race forward into the unknown. But do we stop and take a moment to reflect, come to terms with the wrongs that we have done, or do we continue on, leaving the past buried behind? Do we question how much time we really have, and if the end of the road is approaching, would we want to know? Could we take our last hours to make amends, savor love, and finally let go, or would we fight, struggle from reaching that finish line? What would we do, if we knew there were no more tomorrows, no more moments to live? Would we simply let life unravel, or would we take it by its reins and drive forward? What would you do? Haunting tales such as First Snow push our limits, move our humanity, and test our struggle to survive.

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