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4 April 1992 (UK) See more »
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  (in credits order)
Lisa Orgolini ... Sonia Stafford

Jeremy Northam ... Gerald Stafford
Matyelok Gibbs ... Mrs. Gilbert

Mary Wimbush ... Mrs. Stafford

Directed by
Herbert Wise 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Ian Stuart Black 

Produced by
Graham Benson .... producer
Lars MacFarlane .... associate producer
Original Music by
Nigel Hess 
Film Editing by
Michael Hunt (film editor)
Casting by
Susie Bruffin 
Costume Design by
Jan Collins 
Makeup Department
Debbie McKinlay .... makeup supervisor (as Deborah McKinlay)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Crabtree .... first assistant director
Art Department
Graham Curtis .... production buyer
John Hamon .... graphic designer
Mark Ward .... designer
Sound Department
Tony Cunningham .... dubbing mixer
Maurice Hillier .... sound recordist
Mark Thomas .... dubbing editor
Camera and Electrical Department
Graham Geddes .... camera operator
Michael D. Smith .... lighting cameraman
Other crew
Corinne Cartier .... script executive
Elizabeth West .... continuity (as Liz West)

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UK:30 min


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Acceptable, 4 October 2015
Author: begob from The Undertow

The last heir of a wealthy dynasty of glass-makers returns to the old family mansion with his American wife, intent on selling it, but the resident poltergeists have different plans.

Simple ghost story, with a few mild spooks. Not much for the actors to work with, but they play their stock characters OK. It's well paced, and pulls off the moral of the story neatly.

Of course there's lots of glass in it, so the director has a bit of fun with that. Although I didn't get why he obscured the lead actress' face with a flower arrangement as the camera tracked across her reaction during a phone call.

Not a bad use of half an hour.

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