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Adapted from the novel by James Herbert, this subtle, melancholy British chiller owes a great deal to Henry James's The Turn of the Screw. The story opens with a chilling prologue in 1905 England, in which a young boy fails to prevent the accidental drowning of his sister. As a young man, David (Aidan Quinn) is still tormented by guilt and remorse. After several years in the United States, David returns to England to continue his work researching and debunking claims of the supernatural. His latest investigation ...
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Liz Smith, Linda Bassett, Victoria Shalet, Geraldine Somerville, Alex Lowe, Anna Massey, John Gielgud, Anthony Andrews, Kate... 09/26/2000 DVD 1996 Run time: 108. GOOD ... CONDITION. A VERY FEW SCRATCHES. We pack all items in a protected and padded bubble mailer or a box designed to protect your item! Your item deserves more than just some plastic bag! Read more Show Less

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Adapted from the novel by James Herbert, this subtle, melancholy British chiller owes a great deal to Henry James's The Turn of the Screw. The story opens with a chilling prologue in 1905 England, in which a young boy fails to prevent the accidental drowning of his sister. As a young man, David (Aidan Quinn) is still tormented by guilt and remorse. After several years in the United States, David returns to England to continue his work researching and debunking claims of the supernatural. His latest investigation into the alleged haunting of Edbrook Manor -- at the behest of the Marriell's family nanny, Tess (Anna Massey) -- introduces him to the eccentric company of the lovely Christina Mariell (Kate Beckinsale) and her brothers Robert and Simon (Anthony Andrews and Alex Lowe). Despite repeated warnings from Tess that mischievous spirits are at work, David refuses to concede that the house is haunted -- until the angelic vision of his drowned sister reveals the true nature of his strange hosts. The rich period setting lends a classy Merchant Ivory touch to the film, and the high production values indicate the guiding hand of executive producer Francis Ford Coppola, but the performances are a bit too cold and detached to provide any legitimate tension. Fans of the classic 1961 film The Innocents will not find the central mystery particularly challenging.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/26/2000
  • UPC: 013023144590
  • Original Release: 1995
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  • Source: Geneon [Pioneer]
  • Presentation: Dolby 5.1
  • Sound: Dolby Digital
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:47:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Aidan Quinn David Ash
Kate Beckinsale Christina Mariell
Anthony Andrews Robert Mariell
John Gielgud Dr. Doyle
Anna Massey Nanny Tess
Alex Lowe Simon Mariell
Geraldine Somerville Kate
Victoria Shalet Juliet Ash
Peter England Young David
Liz Smith Old Gypsy Woman
Linda Bassett Madame Brontski
Alice Douglas Clare
Hilary Mason Elderly Lady
Edmund Moriarty Liam
Emily Hamilton Mary
Technical Credits
Lewis Gilbert Director, Producer, Screenwriter
Brian Ackland-Snow Production Designer
Anthony Andrews Producer
Christine Beveridge Makeup
William P. Cartlidge Co-producer
Francis Ford Coppola Executive Producer
John Fenner Production Designer
Fred Fuchs Executive Producer
Gerry Humphreys Sound/Sound Designer
Dean Humphreys Sound/Sound Designer
Peter Hutchinson Special Effects
John Jympson Editor
Ralph Kamp Producer
Bob Kellett Asst. Director, Screenwriter
Jeff Kleeman Executive Producer
Timothy T. Lewis Asst. Director
Joyce Nettles Casting
Candice Paterson Costumes/Costume Designer
Candy Patterson Costumes/Costume Designer
Peter James Set Decoration/Design
Tony Pierce-Roberts Cinematographer
Timothy Prager Screenwriter
Jane Robinson Costumes/Costume Designer
Gary Tomkins Art Director
Ken Weston Sound/Sound Designer
Debbie Wiseman Score Composer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Index
1. Opening Credits [1:20]
2. Child's Play [3:55]
3. The Skeptic [1:22]
4. Séance [6:03]
5. Christina [2:53]
6. Welcome to Edbrook [4:59]
7. Last Swim of the Season [3:07]
8. Bumps in the Night [2:30]
9. Nanny's Ghost [5:26]
10. Left Alone [2:40]
11. Housecall [7:53]
12. Invited to Leave [4:11]
13. Horses and Fortunes [7:28]
14. Specter by the Lake [6:54]
15. The Unexplained [2:33]
16. Hide and Seek [5:58]
17. New Evidence [3:07]
18. Chasing Ghosts [6:03]
19. The Country Doctor [4:04]
20. Alone at Last [4:12]
21. The Grand Illusion [7:16]
22. The Secret is Revealed [3:34]
23. Facing Eternity [6:58]
24. End Credits [3:15]
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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2012

    Kate Beckinsale

    Kate Beckinsale

    This is one of her earlier films, it has enough story to make it an actual movie.

    Still Kate is the only reason to watch this. This shows her character posing nude for a painting, skinny dipping, and a wonderful love scene. Any fan of hers, who's been looking for erotic scenes. this is what you want. .

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