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Tara Miele’s “Wander Darkly” haunts the souls of the cast…and the film’s viewers

Any movie with Beth Grant in its cast demands to be watched. Savored.  And watched again.

I have known this treasure since the ’80s. personally and professionally. she never disappointed me. Never.

And so Lionsgate will be releasing her latest film, Wander Darkly, on DVD and Blu-ray February.

There is so much we can praise about the film (writer/director Tara Miele’s swift direction), flawless performances by Sienna Miller, Diego Luna, Aimee Carrero, Tory Kittles, Vanessa Bayer and, of course, Grant.

Yet there is too much we cannot share [read: reveal] and spoil the film’s taut core. What we will share is that the tragic auto accident experienced by Adrienne (portrayed by Miller) and Matteo (Luna) send their loves into a surrealistic downward spiral . . .  forcing them to relive loving memories while confronting overwhelming truths. The final discovery? We clam up here.

Some say the film reminds them of Ghost. We see that. sort of.

But Wander Darkly is Miele’s champion . She offers a profound new perspective on the delicate nature of relationships with this emotionally moving story.

Trust us.