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Amy Seimetz has enjoyed a career involving smaller, personal projects, taking a rare step into the mainstream with a part in last year’s unwelcome “Pet Sematary” do-over. She returns to challenging work with “She Dies Tomorrow,” reportedly using her “Pet Sematary” salary to fund a low-budget study of mental illness and its contagious effects. Seimetz takes control of “She Dies Tomorrow,” assuming writing and directing duties for this brain-bleeder, which tries to be very artful and visually poetic about the ways of depression. There’s no real story and characterization is hard to come by, but Seimetz commits to the strange atmosphere of the endeavor, which tries to summon a certain level of unease as it examines a dismantling of reality facing a handful of characters as they come into contact with hopelessness and perceived finality. Read the rest at


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