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Chanthaly (2012)

A sickly young woman experiences visions of her dead mother. She struggles to determine if the apparition is simply a side effect of her daily medication, or her mother actually reaching out to her from beyond the grave.

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Amphaiphun Phommapunya ...
Chanthaly
Douangmany Soliphanh ...
Father
Soukchinda Duangkhamchan ...
Thong
Khouan Souliyabapha ...
Bee
Soulasath Souvanavong ...
Keovisit
Mango ...
Moo
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A sickly young woman experiences visions of her dead mother. She struggles to determine if the apparition is simply a side effect of her daily medication, or her mother actually reaching out to her from beyond the grave.

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Look out for Mattie Do.
4 July 2014 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

A good slow-burn horror movie, though "horror" might be a stretch. Considering this was "marketed" to me as the director having fun with her friends, the end result is actually very professional. I think what's most impressive is how good this movie looks considering the budget of I believe $5000, and I don't usually like the look of things shot on digital. That's not to say the technical limitations aren't noticeable and it does lack "impact", I guess, as a result but there's some really cool ideas and it was nice to see a horror movie where the last act wasn't just bullshit jump scares over and over again. Since the horror isn't in your face, the storytelling is leaned on and it works through out. The film always feels natural in its development and the characters are believable, especially on horror standards. A breath of fresh air in the current horror market for sure. Definitely look forward to Mattie's next film "Dearest Sister".


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