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Anna's Eve (2004)

R | | Horror | 6 July 2004 (USA)
A social worker struggles to uncover the mystery of why she is being haunted by ghosts.

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Cast overview:
Grayce Wey ...
Anna Liu
Lemar Knight ...
Marty Ross
Lou Klein ...
Reggie Evans
Wu Yan ...
Jenny Yu
Jacqueline Jin ...
Peaches Yu
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Dr. Patrick Lam
Max Laine ...
Michael Duncan
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Mrs. Roberts
Chris Eckles ...
Jake Freeman
Cevin Middleton ...
Frank Richards
Mae Hi ...
Vivian Kuo
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Jo Taylor
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Eve Duncan / Ghost
Brian A. Jones ...
Detective #1
Richard Ramirez ...
Detective #2
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When the dedicated social worker Anna Liu finds the boy Michael Duncan dreadfully murdered in the kitchen of his house and his mother Eve Duncan missing, she has a nervous breakdown. Eight months later, she is still recovering using pills and living with her friend Josie. Meanwhile detectives Jake Freeman and Frank Richards are investigating the murder using the psychic Vivian Kuo to find new evidences. Out of the blue, Anna is haunted by the ghost of a scary woman and frequently listens to laughs of a child, and Michael's Ted bear and a knife insist to be on her way in Josie's apartment. Anna gets close to Jake when her friends and acquaintances begin to die, and she recollects painful lost memories from her past. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Your past can come back to haunt you

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Rated R for violence, language, some sexuality and nudity
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When Anna sees bloody feet in the next stall in the bathroom at the hospital, she runs out of the restroom without her purse. In the next shot, she bumps into Detective Freeman, and is carrying her purse on her shoulder. See more »

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References The Exorcist (1973) See more »

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Enjoyably moody spook show.
19 October 2004 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Anna's Eve" is a promising debut. This first feature, while not without it's flaws, manages to simply create a feeling of dread that has been lacking from American horror for far too long. While this film harkens back to some of the classic Val Lewton films of the 40's, "Anna's Eve", is not without its shock moments. The cast is appealing, with Grayce Wey holding the films focus with a strong performance, as her character begins to question her own sanity as those around her succumb to the mysterious specter of Eve (Lorielle New). The film suffers from its budget constraints, but still manages to deliver what it promises. The surprise ending will definitely give you the chills.


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