I would like your help proving a point. Since the bean counters took over the entertainment industry, it has been less about talent and nearly completely about numbers. I would like your help using that misconception against them. The prime example is Michael Keaton. He is a very talented actor who has done amazing work, but his random numbers on IMDB said he was cold until he did Birdman. Sally Kirkland is another example. She is an Oscar nominee and Golden Globe winner. Yet simply because she doesn't have people visiting her IMDB page on a regular basis, she is not considered marketable. It seems the numbers people only want what other people have. That is the fallacy that I want to use against them. Sally will be starring as Amanda in Never Can Say Good-bye. If you believe that talent should matter more than random numbers, I am asking you to visit her IMDB page as well as mine and Never Can Say Good-bye’s page. You need to stay about 30 seconds for it to register. You don’t need to have an account. It would also help if you click on the Facebook like button. Please share my request with your friends, family, and on your social networking sites. Together we can prove the bean counters wrong. Thank you in advance.
The ghost of a murdered child brings his reincarnated parents back together. They need to forgive so that he will be freed to reincarnate? Can they forgive or will they take revenge on his murderer?
Never Can Say Good-bye is a Paranormal Thriller, which is comparable to Ghost, The Others, and the original Dark Shadows series.