It’s classic; when Jo Harvelle, quiet and slightly unstable, moves into her new house to get away from the hospital she spent too much time in and a past that shadows over her hometown, she didn’t think to do a background check. And nobody stopped to tell her about the suicide of Anna Milton fifty years ago. The cracks and scratches on the walls turn into more when Jo wakes up with hand prints on her, and writing on the walls. Then she starts to see Anna.
Anna, a young girl who lived in the house fifty years ago with her abusive parents, finds Jo interesting, and even starts to show herself to Jo. When they both become used to each others presence, Anna tries to help Jo fight her own demons, but how does a ghost save a girl who wants to become one herself?
“We’re all ghosts. We all carry, inside us, people who came before us.”
Loved the movie, especially the visuals. Decided to make a poster that reflects more the personal aspect of the story. Alan Turing helped end the WWII, but sadly got something other than a medal in return…
(of course, it’s also a little hommage to Milton Glaser and his famous Dylan poster)