Wow, I blew off the American Film Market to read this?
LOGLINE: Nightmares, originating from a long past lifetime of terror, threaten the life of an angelic, and extraordinarily gifted, little girl.
SYNOPSIS: A ten-year-old girl is, all of a sudden, plagued with nightmares, which, she insists, are actual memories of a time, long ago. With the start of these nightmares, she gains a supernatural ability to draw as well as the great artists of the past.
Terror, intrigue, mystery, and romance surround the girl, as she and her dad set out on a frantic search to find the secret to the dreams; a search which brings them face to face with the mystery of life itself, when, in the dank and dusty archives of an old and mysterious art dealer, they discover that her artistic skills were learned at the side of Rembrandt.
But when she and her dad still can’t solve the puzzle and the secret, her life hangs in the balance, since the nightmares will soon kill her.
Finally, the secret is revealed at the last possible moment, and in a completely unexpected manner, in an intensely gripping and emotional scene as the girl, unable to be awakened from her nightmare, is gasping, choking, dying.