Release Date: 4/25/2014
Directed by: Andrew C. Erin
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Dr. Emily Valentine has just packed up her desk and is ready to head on home to start spending time with her family- which I am sure many people in life wish they could do themselves. A family of three, Tamara and her two sons move into the house next store and Emily is thrilled for her daughter Olive to finally have someone to play with.
Billy and Olive become close very quickly but something seems a little off with him.He just seems
to be a little aggressive and rough sometimes towards Olive. Could he just behaving like a little boy?
Nope! You can see it's done specifically to hurt her. First it was just a shove, then a hard slap until
he almost lets her drop down the steps as he dangles her dangerously close to the edge.
Emily has her motherly instinct radar going off in a panic while her hubby just thinks it's harmless
since boys tend to be some what rougher then girls. Things aren't always what they seem in life as they all will fall witness too as sudden suspicious incidents occur. It all points to either Tamara or her
oldest son Titus.
Play Date was a pretty intense watch that has you guessing for awhile what exactly is going on and that's a plus in today's film World. Nothing dramatic but it will make you think and try to rationalize
which one is doing these psychotic things and why. So many people think that children when young don't realize what's going on around them but they do, and they learn to mimic it.