Wealthy socialite Nora is notorious for her decadent parties and wild escapades; when her stately mansion burns to the ground, she has it rebuilt--but it will not let her back in.

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Wealthy socialite Nora is notorious for her decadent parties and wild escapades; when her stately mansion burns to the ground, she has it rebuilt--but it will not let her back in.

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15 September 1989 (France)  »

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The House Just Got Burned Up with the Goings On
25 March 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

A rich decadent young woman buys an incredible house and begins to have parties that rival any that have come before. She invites her rich friends and bathes in extravagance. She has a relationship with a man, but time passes and they grow apart. One night she calls him to tell him to come to the house. When he arrives she tells him that the house has rejected her and not allowed her to come in. She speaks of a time a couple of years back as her profligate guests were in their bedrooms, carrying on, the house caught fire and drove them out. The door has been closed to her. This is a little like the Poe story, "The Masque of the Red Death."


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