When a fresh faced nanny arrives at her new job on a creaky farm in the English countryside, she is instantly caught up in the turbulent relationship of her employers. James is struggling ...
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When a fresh faced nanny arrives at her new job on a creaky farm in the English countryside, she is instantly caught up in the turbulent relationship of her employers. James is struggling to provide for his family and Rachel, an inexperienced mother, is unable to cope with the demands of her new born baby. Unaware of his wife's decision to hire help, a disgruntled James leaves them alone in the secluded farmhouse. When night falls and he fails to return, a sinister intruder invades the property, unraveling a night of gruesome blood-shed and unprecedented terror. But who is behind it? What do they want? Can anybody escape alive? Written by
I thought it was great. A little confusing at the end but the suspense and production values were top-notch. Flesh out the characters more and improve the ending and it could easily be a full length feature film.
The acting and film work were the best I've seen in a short film in a long time. I've seen the actress who played the nanny (Jennie Jacques) in other films such as " Truth or Dare " and " Cherry Tree Lane " and thought she was very good in those as well.
I am not sure the ending is as good as it could have been but over-all the short film is great. Although it was predictable in some areas in was still good in a genre that has had just about everything you could think of happen in it, has already been done over and over. I'd love to see more films from the directors the Santoro brothers. I guess I'd give it 7 stars out of 10 for a short film.
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