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The Overtons were a happy couple, until their little daughter died in a car crash. Allison Overton can't cope with this, and still believes her little daughter is alive. A nurse is hired for her mental healing, but Kathleen Randolph has more in mind than just to heal Allison.... Written by
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One of the best interactive movies I've ever seen.
This movie is actually a computer cd-rom game. But that doesn't make it bad, actually it's the other way around. The actors are great and is really handling this new kind of acting very well. At the beginning it felt a little strange when the actors stared right through the camera and looked at you, but it gave a better impression of being in the movie. The questions given in the movie can be a little stupid sometimes and I never knew what they really where there for. Anyway this is a great movie and it can't be missed, see it and play it.
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