When Sam is murdered in a remote lake, his consciousness begins to travel through the bodies of his friends in an effort to protect them from his killer. This dark passage leads him on a greater journey - discovering his true identity.
“Amid the sea of formulaic studio movies flooding screens this and every summer,
it stands out as a beacon for original storytelling and bold new filmmaking voices.
I can’t recommend it highly enough.”
"One of the best movies of the year."
"it is incredibly well-handled with good performances
and a style that will stay with you for a while. "
"it’s one of those stories where the less you know of the plot, the better.
Just sit back and let the story unfold."
"The best no-budget thriller of the summer,
moody, cerebral drama about a guy who carries his guilt about a childhood loss."
"The tragic story of Sam's past is portrayed with such sincerity in such an enigmatic fashion. Weird but with a gloomy undercurrent to keep it level,
Every Time I Die is a unique little ride."
"A mind-bending metaphysical thriller that is, truly, remarkable."
"Not a movie for those who need a linear, paint-by-the-numbers plot."
"It’s the perfect kind of twist,
with just enough hints sprinkled throughout to give you a real “Eureka!” moment."
"The film is a psychological philosophical thriller."
"Overall, Every Time I Die is a truly unique movie.
It will leave you with breathless with anticipation and full of heartache
as you become increasingly tethered to Sam’s story."
"Every Time I Die is a bold indie with strong resonance.
It could have easily been overpowered by superfluous gore or supernatural hokum
but instead, it’s a captivating little tale about self-image, with a mystical and poignant touch."
"It’s rare these days to find a film that can elicit, within the viewer, a melange of visibly discernible emotions. And yet, Robi Michael’s tear-jerking piece on love and redemption carries this off almost mockingly easily."
"The debut feature of co-writer/director Robi Michael takes an old formula... and spins a whole new genre film from it. One that uses the tropes of horror and sci-fi to tell a remarkably poignant and human story about love, loss and family."
"Every Time I Die is one of those excellent little thrillers that only involves a handful of characters. The love triangle, gorgeous sisters, murderously jealous husband and murky childhood mystery should be enough for any film noir, but throw in a victim who doesn’t stay dead but comes to in the body of one of his mates… and I no longer know what genre this film is, but it grabs me for sure."
"There’s a strong central focus driving the story forward and we’re continually wrong-footed
by clever direction. Every Time I Die is a superior indie riddle and a strikingly singular film."
Director of Photography:
David M. Milch
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