When Signe and her workaholic husband Tommy visit a house for sale in Glamstrup, they immediately like it and a couple of days later they buy it. They move with their daughter Bianca and befriend their neighbors Marianne and her husband David that live on the other side of the street. While Tommy is working, Signe notes that weird things happen in the living room, with a black cat appearing, the fireplace firing alone and fruits getting rotten while Bianca plays and talks to her imaginary friend Oliver. Further, she discovers that the siblings Jane and Oliver died three years ago in a fire in another neighborhood in Glamstrup. She decides to call the medium Anders Svendsen to solve the mystery and he communicates with the spirits of the dead that are trapped in the spot and he tries to guide them to another world. When Marianne offers a job to Signe, she hires the teenager nanny Sarah that flirts with David. Meanwhile Tommy travels to Aalborg and meets the structural engineer that ... Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
In the opening scene, all the fire was real. The director and the other crew visited a fire technical station in Helsingør, and received the help of some firemen to make the scene look more realistic, setting fire to additional things. See more »
Let me put it in few words so I don't waste your time: This movie is awful, awkward and terrible. People who has good things to say about it must be related to cast or crew. Don't watch it. Don't waste your time. Just don't.
Normally I don't feel the urge to comment on a film. But this one is surely one very bad apple among other splendid danish movies. The acting was awkward and the "spookyness" just for laughs. It is embarrassing. Only my ability to write in English keeps me from going into details.
I like the genre but leave it to Hollywood. Please.
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