The Ceremony

The Ceremony

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Overview

The Ceremony

The wrong book in the wrong hands turns out to have terrible consequences in this independent thriller. Eric Peterson (Scott Seegmiller) is a college student is who just wrapping up his degree in psychology. With a solid job offer on the table from a hospital, Eric has only to complete one final paper before he can leave campus life behind forever. Eric is packing up his belongings at the fraternity house he calls home when he notices one of the rooms is filled with candles, and he discovers a book titled The Ceremony. Eric begins leafing through the book and is quickly drawn into it, imagining that its description of bizarre gothic rituals might be just the right subject for his last paper. But the more Eric becomes absorbed in the book, the less he realized the effect it's having on him -- or that following its instructions is leading him down a dangerous path towards evil. The first feature film from writer and director James Palmer, The Ceremony received its world premiere at the 2009 South by Southwest Film Festival.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/14/2010
UPC: 0718122565870
Original Release: 2009
Source: Knitting Factory
Region Code: 0
Time: 1:30:00

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Disc #1 -- Intangible Asset #82
1. From Australia to Korea [4:04]
2. On Music [10:17]
3. Energy [14:31]
4. Yin-Yang [7:12]
5. Relaxed Power [3:55]
6. Breath [5:25]
7. Rough Beauty [14:08]
8. The Way [4:03]
9. Awakened Brightness [15:14]
10. Heaven is Yang and Earth is Yin [11:06]

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can't believe this still hasn't been fixed. There are 2 movies with the same UPC code: The Ceremony (which is what the description is of) and Intangible Asset No. .82, which is what the cover is of, and what you'll receive if you order this DVD. I contacted B&N at the time, and all that happened was, they sent me ANOTHER copy of Intangible Asset No. 82. And they didn't fix the website. Oh, and that Leave Anonymously option for comments? It's a lie. You'll be required to sign up before your comments are accepted.