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Immanence Film Review

Immanence is a film by Kerry Bellessa starring Michael Beach and Jamie McShane. Immanence follows a group trying to find the unknown and track a radio signal. Leading them to a fate where the extraterrestrial and faith in a God cross paths.

The group is led to the Bermuda triangle where On a party boat led by Jonah (Michael Beach). Jonah and the group start to bump heads of their beliefs in science and the spiritual. As unexplainable events start to take place on the boat.

The group starts to freak out as things are argued of the belief in God and the Devil. Each one will face a life or death event and Jonah is the only one with his head on straight. A past death experience changed Jonah and he has been looking for the devil and God ever since.

Just this time someone else on the boat will face their own death experiences. A great story and the fire of the debate of God and the devil. I give this one a 7 out of 10 a solid film overall. A film best left for one to watch and see how it plays out. I don’t want to spoil it so be sure to check it out. My only issue was a little more backstory of some of the team members would have filled in some gaps.