Imaginary Friend

Synopsis: Emma (Lacey Chabert) is a beautiful and a talented artist. Her husband, Brad (Ethan Embry), is a renowned psychiatrist. They have the perfect loving marriage. But Emma is having a few psychological issues. She has turned to Lily ('Amanda Schull'), her childhood imaginary friend who helped her overcome an abusive father. Brad, the doting husband, helps and consoles her. When Emma's visions get more intense, Brad persuades her that the only way to keep them under control is to take medication but Lily has become an emotional support for Emma.
Genre: Thriller
Director(s): Richard Gabai
Production: Braeburn Entertainment
86 min

My baby is very special, and she is

going to be a famous dancer.

Isn't she beautiful?

Come with me!

It's nicer in here.

Won't you please sit down?

Isn't this just lovely? It's so

nice having tea with you.

My name will be Daisy, and

let's make your name...


We're best friends. Best friends, forever.

He didn't have the right to do that.

- I don't know, but maybe it will...

- What the hell are you talking about?

Maybe, it will, what?

- Please.

- Maybe, it will be better in the morning?

Shut up! Shut the hell, up!

Did you take your pills?

It's alright. We'll be alright.

What did you say?

Nothing, daddy.

Don't you lie to me.

What are you doing?

He wasn't very nice. He scares me, too.

I wish it was just you, and me.

You don't have a little friend!

Wait! Tom!

Emma! Emma!


Honey, you're all wet.

Well, good morning to you, too.

Honey, I'm suppose to be

observing you some.

I'm fine, stop worrying.

Well, that's what I do.

I worry about you.

Well, why don't you come

in and save me?

You're missing all the fun.

- Good morning, Molly.

- Dr. T, you're in early!

You're first appointment isn't until 11.

Yeah, I was just going to

do a little reading...

And I always enjoy keeping

you company.

Remember, I'm off at noon.

Oh, I've got my whole day

planned around it.

Where are we going first?

Well... Where do you wanna go?

I don't know. Well... it's just...

it's just so exciting.

I mean... It's a special day.

It's gotta be perfect.

I think it will be totally perfect.

- Let me know if you need anything.

- I will, I'll be right in there, OK?

And, I'll be right out here.


Do you want to talk about it?

I think that sometimes, we

all have those feelings.

It can be very difficult finding out

who our true friends are.

But we all need someone we

can rely on heavily.

And this is what this is,

right? This is a trust issue.

Sometimes, it's OK to push people

away, to not let them in.

It's not selfish.

You have to put yourself first.

I think we've made good progress today.

Good morning. How's are you sir? How's

Mrs. Turner? I haven't seen her in ages.

Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean...

No, no, no, I'm sure she'd like

to know you've asked.

- Please give her my best.

- I will.

Now, I understand you want a transfer

from the trust to your checking account?

- That's right.

- Easily done, as always.

Good, good to hear.

Alright, let me just

pull up your file here.


Uh.. Uh... Nothing serious,

just a formality...

But ah... your power of attorney

has expired.

What? I don't know they could expire.

And without it, you don't have any

authority to access the trust.

I ah... ah... have expenses. I have daily

expenses that need to be taken care of.

I mean, this... this... is exactly the

type of thing that upsets Emma...

...she likes to know that things are going

smooth, without complications.

I understand, but her attorney is going to

have to take care of it.

- So, I need to talk to John?

- Yeah.


It's always good to see you, Tom.

Good seeing you.

The trust has stringent rules...

...all I can do is apply them. I'm bound

by her fathers will. We all are.

Of course.

I'm sure you know, that Emma is very

grateful for everything...

you have done for her,

and for her family.

Her parents were my first clients.

I was shocked, which is an

understatement, when all that happened.

And Emma is like a daughter to

me. It's my only active file.

Brad, I must go see her.

I can't just issue power of attorney...

without being sure she's capable

of signing it.

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