Echoes of Innocence (2005)

Echoes of Innocence
Type Feature Film
MPAA Rating PG 13
Runtime 1hr 57mins.
Genres Romance, Thriller
Keywords N/A
Status Released
US Release Date
Name Credit Credited as Role Id Sort Order
N. Todd Sims Producer n/a 3 3000001
N. Todd Sims Director n/a 2 2000001
Julie Rankin Actor Katy 1 1000011
Clayton Coblentz Producer n/a 3 3000002
Gina Sims Co-Producer n/a 170 3000003
James Reid Director of Photography n/a 120780 6000001
N. Todd Sims Screenplay n/a 120778 4000001
Matthew Tibbitts Associate Producer n/a 171 3000004
Nadir Akram Actor Robert 1 1000010
Rolanda Brigham Actor Kinion 1 1000009
Matt Vodvarka Actor Alec 1 1000004
Natalie Jones Actor Beth 1 1000003
Jake McDorman Actor Dave 1 1000002
Dana Jackson Actor Violet 1 1000005
Scottie Wilkison Actor Grandma 1 1000006
Benjamin Dane Actor Connely 1 1000008
Matt DeVinney Actor Matt 1 1000007
Sara Simmonds Actor Sarah 1 1000001
Everyone knows Sarah Jenkins as "Virg." She earned the nickname when she gave a speech in junior high about the legendary "Virgin Maid," Joan of Arc. Initially intended as an insult, Sarah, now a high school senior, wears the name with honor. As the years have passed, her infatuation with Saint Joan has deepened into a passion. Sarah now speaks French fluently, goes to daily confession, and reveals secretly, only to those closest to her, that she has begun to hear "voices" and see "visions," just like Joan. Her friends are concerned. Beth says she's delusional as a result of traumatic experiences in her past, the ridicule of her peers, a mother declared unfit, a father she has never met. Her mom, Violet, and Grand-mom (now Sarah's guardian) blame Christopher. He was the one boy who understood her and cared about her more than anyone. They even vowed to get married when they got old enough. Then unexpectedly, Christopher disappeared. To others, Sarah is regarded as darkly mysterious. When she gets a lead role in the spring play, Dave, a journalist for the school paper, decides to find out who Sarah really is. He convinces her to let him interview her to give the play some publicity. As he begins to discover the girl behind the name, he inevitably begins to care very deeply for her. Sarah's long suppressed desires begin to cloud her visions and challenge her vow. As opening night approaches, the visions begin to intensify. The voices get louder. Dave discovers a deception which has been perpetrated on Sarah and must decide whether to tell her, knowing how much it could hurt her. Sarah knows he's hiding something. She says the "voices" told her, but the closer Dave gets to the truth of the "voices" the closer he gets to an imminent danger; one that could not only destroy Sarah but their entire school.