Harmony is a supernatural film about Harmony (Falkholt) an empath and orphan with the power to absorb the fear of others.
Harmony is able to touch someone and their personal suffering is transferred to her, which she then dissipates by bathing in water. However, she is traumatized by what she has seen and withdraws to the shadows. She lives in a shambled down-trodden room (it’s not the sort of place to invite guests around for tea).
Then she meets up with Jimmy (Farren) who seems to ease her own fears. The couple has to fight off the evil black energy (fear and negativity) of the world. A rough street ‘gang’ of a similar age threaten their blossoming love.
The film is slow to start and some of the acting performances are disjointed. Which is a shame, because the story has potential. I can’t see the other four films in the series being approved.
Even after I get over some of the weird characters and disjointed script, the ending is spoilt by being predictable and cheesy dialogue. It’s one big black wet hot mess.
Saddened by the news that Jessica Falkholt passed away after filming.
Harmony could have been the next Twilight series with a different formula and script. This is one film that could have captured the hearts of the younger generation but misfired.
Starring Jessica Falkholt, Jerome Meyer and Eamon Farren, Harmony is a story of a super-empath, an orphan born with the power to absorb the fear of others. At 21, Harmony (Falkholt) is alone and destitute as she tries to control her power. But her gift comes with suffering, ever increasing as she is haunted by Jimmy (Farren) who thrives on fear. Her world starts to change as she crosses paths with Mason (Meyer), an awkward and innocent soul, who has the effect of shifting the universal powers around them as they start to fall in love. With a universal storm of negative energy encroaching, Harmony must find the strength to control her power to save herself, the one she loves and the world around them. Harmony is the first chapter in The Five Frequencies, a supernatural story about the universal balance between the emotions of fear and love.
About the Harmony Series
The original idea of a girl who absorbs the fear of others, the first draft of the script and character worlds all stemmed from the incredible imagination of Corey Pearson. When Film Grit and audience-driven studio Cowlick Entertainment Group came on as financiers, we all then co-created the story with the target audience of female teens to make sure it was as emotionally resonant as possible.
The Five Frequencies is an epic saga that follows the story of five orphans, each with a different power dictated by a different universal law and a different element. They each represent a lesson we need to learn to save humanity.
Harmony is governed by the Universal Law of Balance and her element is water. Future films include MASON, who is governed by the Universal Law of Attraction, MELODY whose element is earth and has the power to harness the rhythms of nature, PARTIKI who is led by the Universal Law of Soul Evolution and indigenous wisdoms, and the final in the saga, HOPE, with her power ruled by the Universal Law of Unconditional Love.
The Five Frequencies is also being developed as a graphic novel series and a book series to run alongside
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