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Andrey goes to Paris to visit the grave of his great-grandfather, who had been an officer in the White Army. On the headstone of the next grave, he notices the face of a young woman. He will see this face again.
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A pregnant woman (Rebecca DaCosta) fears for her unborn child's life if she does not avenge a supernatural entity.
So, seriously, how did they get Andie McDowell? Does she owe a bookie some money or get behind on her mortgage? Because she is above this sort of thing... or at least she should be.
"When I was shooting it, it was very intense," Da Costa said in February 2014. "I was literally getting crazy." She said that preparing for the role she "talked to many psychiatrists. I didn't want to look like I was trying to play crazy." Um, well, your acting comes across as pretty poor. So if you were going crazy, it does not show and if you were playing crazy, it shows even less.
The music sounds like the theme to "The Snowman" (1982). Thank you for stealing it. The camera shakes for no reason, even when filming a scene of people sitting still and talking. Why? Was there an artistic reason for this? Of course not.
Clearly the script was pretty good, because the whole idea of seeing through other eyes is great if pulled off right. This film is not pulled off right. Which is obvious when commenters think it has some connection to "Rosemary's Baby". Huh?
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