Teenager CALVIN WENT MISSING THREE DAYS AGO, and his friends are looking for him. THE LAST PLACE HE WAS SEEN WAS OUTSIDE AN OLD HOME IN VISTA DEL MAR. RUMORS HAVE SURROUNDED THIS house FOR years. According to urban myth, the woman who lives there can commune with the dead. Fearing the worst, Calvin’s friends now seek her help. But they know they must tread cautiously, for gossip suggests that Henrietta Sparks has the power to summon forth Marcus, the ghost of a teenaged boy, missing his eyes, who disappeared decades ago, and now roams the neighborhood looking for the perfect pair that fit to cross him over to the other side.

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séance

is A RITUAL PERFORMED TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE DEAD CONDUCTED BY A SMALL GROUP OF PEOPLE, WITH PARTICIPANTS SEATED AROUND A TABLE IN A DARKENED ROOM

A spirit MEDIUM conducts RITUALS enabling us to RECEIVE MESSAGES FROM beyond. A trance may follow allowing SPIRITS TO COMMUNICATE THROUGH their BODY.

Results may include extinguished CANDLES, LEVITATing TABLEs, property DESTRUCTION, the appearance of apparitions, AND EVEN DEATH.

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Credits

  • produced by

    • Ross Putman
  • cinematography

    • Jonathan Barenboim
  • sounds & Score

    • Czech National Symphony Orchestra
    • Igloo Music Studios
    • Source Sound
    • Justin Moshkevich
    • Alvaro Cadavid
    • Susan Mihely
    • Mateo Barragan
    • Ruy Folguera
  • Post-Production Supervisor

    • Elijah Senn
  • cast

    • Pamela Heffler
    • Erich Riegelmann
    • Nicole Boucher
    • Emily Rudd
    • Reeve Alexandar
    • Caitelin Randolph
  • casting

    • Michael Matzur
  • coloring by

    • Anarchy Post
  • credits by

    • Polaris
  • Web experience by

    • Adam Carney
  • special thanks

    • Devin Embil
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