Never Can Say Good-bye has had two excellent reviews. The reviewers loved the script.
“Never Can Say Good-bye” is a gripping, ghostly tale of love, betrayal and revenge. With ghosts interacting with humans, who will win? This unique story has so many shocking twists, it made me gasp for breath.” –
Roy Sexton compared it to:
"Never Can Say Good-bye reinvents the reincarnation conceit (Christopher Reeve’s/Jane Seymour’s 1980 film Somewhere in Time, Ellen Burstyn’s 1980 film Resurrection) in the guise of gothic paranormal psychodrama (Nicole Kidman’s 2001 film The Others, Julie Harris’ 1963 film The Haunting, Deborah Kerr’s 1961 film The Innocents). The plot concerns two families united by a doomed marriage in the 1950s and explores the dissonant legacy that familial discord has had on subsequent generations. (See the Stephen King/John Mellencamp musical Ghost Brothers of Darkland County for another take on this thematic concept.)"
Never Can Say Good-bye is a new film, which combines genres to create a ghostly tale that will scare you sock off. Reading the first ten pages of the script is our gifts to our team mates. Give yourself an option other than the remakes, sequels and super hero movies by joining our team.
Love can be a blessing or a curse.