3 thoughts on “The Last Keepers”

  1. A gentle & sweet coming of age story set in the context of an old soul, pagan family of artists The story is about an old soul, pagan family of artists. The daughter is quirky and creative, so of course she is the subject of scorn and ridicule at her high school. She comes into her powers, but is frightened, due to a past life trauma as well as aversive incidents perpetrated by her peers when word spreads that she is a witch. She has a special destiny that she does not want to accept due to fear of living on the periphery of society. She changes her look and personna, and achieves…

  2. If only the world was like this Many other reviewers have used the adjective “gentle” to describe this film. I have to agree. It was a genuine joy to watch. The acting all around threaded the needle between being too syrupy and being too sanitized, hitting instead the coming-of-age sweet spot. You know who to root for. The locations added credible atmosphere to storyline of The Last Keepers. The sparingly used special effects seemed just right. In the end, no special effects were needed for the dramatic climax, just a…

  3. The more I think about it, the more I decided to hated it. First off, I didn’t watch the whole thing. I got bored mid way thru and skipped to about 20 minutes from the end. The pacing is slow and light on action, but does make up for it in character development as well as some stunning scenery. The family mansion is to die for. The plot is filled with clichés about the nerdy high school girl who is bullied and yearns to be popular but is just to damn quirky to fit in including the stupid side kick who is loyal but likewise an outcast. However the thing…

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