Synopsis: The successful American writer and atheist Joseph Crone participates in a support group to accept the death of his beloved wife Sarah and their son Diogo. Joe befriends Sadie in one of the meetings and she helps him when he has a car accident. When Joe's estranged religious brother Samuel Crone (Michael Landes) tells him that their father is terminal, he travels to Barcelona to stay near the death bed of his father. Joe has visions of demons and with the number 11 and he finds that something evil will happen with Samuel and him on 11 November 2011.
Director(s): Darren Lynn Bousman
Production: Rocket Releasing
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min




I love you, Joseph. / i

Hey, I can wait out here all day.


Your last book sold 5 million copies.

Surely you could've done better than this.

Glad to see that you're writing again.

Yeah, well there have never been a problem

with that, I write every day.

- So, what is the problem?

- I'm done.

This doesn't look like you're done.

This looks like a bestseller.

That's not even a book. It's personal.

All your writing is personal.

That's why it sells.

I write dime store thrillers,

so spare me the pretense.

You have a legion of followers that would disagree with you.

What's this?

That's none of your concern.

- It's just a diary.

- An autobiography?

It's a diary!

I'm part of this support group,

and now we write about our pain.

You know, your writing is a lot more

important than you may think.

I can't begin to fathom what you must be going through.

I'm fine.

Stop punishing yourself Joe.

You've got to get out of this room.

I miss you.

The day that Sarah and David died,/ i

So did my faith in that there was

some sort of higher power./ i

There's no divine beings and a master architect./ i

Surely no deity could be responsible for so much pain, / i

so much f***ing misery./ i

God is dead.

Or maybe he was never alive./ I

All my friends had these, careers,

and I just had a job.

It didn't matter. When I met Henry,

everything changed.

I quit my job ... and I was a wife.

Full time.

I was the most important thing in his life.

He needed me and he was the only family I ever had.

And I was good.

No, I was great.

When he died,

I died too.

I never realized the importance of family,

until the one I had was taken away.

But now, I wake up every morning ...

I write my journal ...

and I know that tomorrow is a new day.

Don't loose those.

High street value and all that.


- You know you're up?

- I don't think that's gonna happen.

- Why not?

- I just don't have very much to say.

You've been coming here for months

and you've not said a thing.

I'm pretty sure you have an encyclopedia

of things to say.

- At least I see you're following the steps.

- Oh yeah.

No it's just ... I don't wanna go in there

and just bore everybody.

My story ends the same as everybody else's,

in Tragedy.

You know for someone so good with words ...

I find it hard to believe you can't find the

right ones to share.

You shouldn't look so surprised.

I read quite a lot you know.

Yeah, sorry.

Hey, um ... seems a bit stupid now, but I read

somewhere that you don't like using computers.

And I saw your tattered notebooks in group, so ...

- I know it's lame.

- Wow, thanks! It's not lame, it's great.

Okay, bye!

Call 911!


Mr. Crone?

Mr. Crone, can you hear me?

- You're one very lucky man.

- Am I?

Yes you are. You are in St. Luke's hospital now.

Mr. Crone, do you remember what happened?


I do not know who your guardian angel is,

but you might consider giving him a raise.

- The other driver?

- He didn't have your luck.

Can I come in?

Sorry, I can leave.

I just didn't know who to call or ....

- There's no one to call.

- Looks like you're gonna need a new watch.

I get to bed every night praying I won't

wake up in the morning.

I pray I walk out of the house and get

struck by lightning.

I pray to a God I know doesn't exist to run me down by car,

and the day it finally happens I walk away

without a scratch.

- It wasn't your time.

- No it is my time, I have no purpose.

You're a famous author, with legions of fans.

Your books inspire millions of people.

- But you have no purpose?

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Darren Lynn Bousman

Darren Lynn Bousman (born January 11, 1979) is an American film director and screenwriter. more…

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