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- THRILLER (2000) Plagued by endless visions and nightmares, Jenny Adams suspects that, as a child, she was responsible for the brutal murder of her own mother. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Steffanie Pitt ... Jenny
Nick Waring ... William

Ingrid Pitt ... Isobella
Patrick Mower ... Dr. Adams

Robin Askwith ... Neville

Colin Baker ... Arbuthnot

Chloë Annett ... Rose
Paul Reynolds ... Snape
Jean Boht ... Mrs. Brindle
Robin Parkinson ... Arthur
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kevin Ashley ... Orderly
Hannah Bridges ... Little Jenny
Penny Chettle ... Sandra (as Penn Linfield)
Antonia Corrigan ... Little Rose
Carolina Giammetta ... Tessa
Denis Huett ... Mr. Brindle
Dan Jeiphes ... Male Inmate
Sadie Nine ... Mrs. Adams
Jane Shakespeare ... Emma Brindle
Terence Taplin ... Father Matthew (as Terry Taplin)
Christopher Whitehouse ... Warden

Directed by
John Stewart 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Stewart 

Produced by
Carol Lemon .... producer
Harry F. Rushton .... associate producer
Original Music by
Christopher Slaski 
Cinematography by
Nathan Sheppard 
Film Editing by
Paul Green 
Production Design by
Philip Blowers 
Makeup Department
Faye De Bremaeker .... hair stylist (as Fay de Bremaeker)
Faye De Bremaeker .... makeup artist (as Fay de Bremaeker)
Rob Mayor .... prosthetic makeup artist
Kath Rayner .... chief makeup artist
Sound Department
Christopher Ackland .... sound designer
John Lewis Aschenbrenner .... boom operator (as John Lewis)
Sandy Buchanan .... adr mixer
Gareth Bull .... sound re-recording mixer
Mike Donald .... sound recordist
Russell Edwards .... boom operator
Alex Hudd .... sound consultant: dolby
Visual Effects by
Tom Hocking .... digital artist (uncredited)
Darrell Parker .... stunt double: Jenny
Rod Woodruff .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Joe Allen .... gaffer
Perry Barwick .... camera operator
Mark Clayton .... electrician
James Gilligan .... electrician
Pier Hausemer .... second assistant camera
Dan Lowe .... electrician
Thomas Royal .... lighting technician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Michelle Wraight .... wardrobe assistant
Music Department
Christopher Slaski .... orchestrator
Other crew
Renée Glynne .... script supervisor

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99 min

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According to Colin Baker this was shot in a disused mental hospital all cast found the place had a rather eerie atmosphere.See more »
Arbuthnot:I'm sorry, mother... I didn't mean it.See more »


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6 out of 7 people found the following review useful.
Tense low-budget horror, 7 January 2001
Author: smoo100 from London

While sometimes the low budget is all too apparent, overall the film works well and has excellent moments. I thought it was chilling right from the opening scene, in which a little girl calmly murders her own mother. An excellent twist at the end really got me thinking.

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