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Lost Souls ()

Nightworld: Lost Souls (original title)
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As a family moves into their new country home, strange events occur, making them believe that their autistic daughter is communicating with the spirits of two murdered children.

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Victor Robinson
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Sheila Robinson
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Graham Scofield
Laura Harling ...
Meghan Robinson
Nick Deigman ...
Jesse Robinson (as Nicolas Deigman)
Bob Sherman ...
George Giffard (as Robert Sherman)
Jean-François Wolff ...
Elson Garrett
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Humphrey Garrett
Christian Erickson ...
Jack Mennias
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Dr. Hollings
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Stuart Markle
Mark O'Hagan ...
Young Elson

Directed by

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Jeff Woolnough

Written by

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Scott Peters ... (written by)

Produced by

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Lewis Chesler ... producer
Kevin Commins ... associate producer
Jimmy de Brabant ... producer
Ken Gord ... producer
David Perlmutter ... producer
Stephen Ujlaki ... producer

Music by

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Jonathan Goldsmith

Cinematography by

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Jon Joffin

Film Editing by

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Tom Joerin

Editorial Department

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Cécile Cheurlot ... colorist
M. Fred Lenchner ... on-line editor
Joanne Rourke ... colorist
D. Gillian Truster ... second assistant editor
Paul Whitehead ... first assistant editor
Douglas Wilkinson ... post-production executive

Casting By

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Hank McCann ... executive casting director
Joyce Nettles ... UK casting director

Production Design by

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Sheila Haley

Art Direction by

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Roger Cain ... (as Roger Caine)
Christina Schaffer ... assistant art director
Axel Werner

Set Decoration by

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Simon Wakefield

Costume Design by

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Cynthia Dumont ... (as Cynthia Dumont-Thorsen)

Makeup Department

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Simone Behlendorf ... hair stylist
Marie-Claire Junker ... makeup artist
Katja Reinert-Alexis ... hair stylist (as Katja Reinert) / makeup designer (as Katja Reinert)

Production Management

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Peter Bray ... executive in charge of production
Alexandre Déon ... production manager
Martin Jaubert ... assistant unit manager
Jean-Baptiste Leclère ... unit manager
Frantz Richard ... unit manager
Douglas Wilkinson ... executive in charge of post production

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Robert Crippen ... first assistant director (as Bob Crippen)
Reid A. Dunlop ... first assistant director
Ciaran Mulhern ... trainee assistant director
William Pruss ... second assistant director
Karin Spreuzkouski ... second assistant director
Eddy Stevesyns ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Paul Biwer ... construction coordinator
Tim Bovingdon ... painter
Isobel Clouter ... draftsperson
Manuel Demoulling ... property master
Bernard Ferrandis ... carpenter
Paul Goergen ... carpenter
Lucilio Goncalves ... assistant property master
Frédérik Hardy ... dressing props
Fiona Nottingham ... property buyer
Luc Paquet ... construction buyer
Paddy Patterson ... set construction supervisor
Olivier Printz ... construction buyer
Bertrand Renault ... carpenter
Vincent Schindler ... dressing props
Erick Sergeant ... carpenter
Michel Seys ... carpenter (as Michael Seys)
David Tillard ... assistant carpenter
Eric Tillard ... carpenter
Amanda Tschumi ... head painter
Dan Urbin ... painter
Simon Wakefield ... set dresser
Davis Whyte ... painter
Colm Woods ... painter
Steve Wright ... draughtsman

Sound Department

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Steve Baine ... foley artist (as Steve Bain)
Ray Campbell ... assistant dialogue editor / assistant sound editor
Sue Conley ... dialogue editor: ADR
Janice Ierulli ... dialogue editor
Garrett Kerr ... sound editor
David Motta ... boom operator
Mike Shoring ... sound mixer
Tam Shoring ... cable man
Andrew Tay ... re-recording mixer
Robert Warchol ... assistant sound editor (as Bob Warchal)
Todd Warren ... re-recording mixer

Special Effects by

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Harry Wiessenhaan ... special effects (as Harrie Wiessenhaan)
Rick Wiessenhaan ... special effects coordinator

Stunts

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Pascal Guégan ... stunt coordinator (as Pascal Guegan)
Philippe Guégan ... stunt coordinator

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alex Aach ... clapper loader / second assistant camera
Lionel Bailly ... electrician
Eric Baraillon ... electrician
Bernard Caroff ... generator operator
Mario d'Orio ... best boy grip
Jean-Pierre Deschamps ... key grip
Christophe Dural ... best boy
Emmanuel Frideritzi ... electrician
John Helme ... gaffer (as John G. Helme)
Graham Johnston ... video assist operator / video operator
Jean-Paul Kieffer ... still photographer
Olivier Le Gurun ... B camera operator
Philippe Lussagnet ... electrician
Jean-Philippe Marier ... dolly grip / grip
Frédéric Martial-Wetter ... focus puller
Gilles Mathony ... electrician
Marty McInally ... camera operator / steadicam operator
Bernard Mouly ... camera operator
Patrick Pamart ... grip
Marion Rey ... first assistant B camera
Carlo Thiel ... first assistant camera / focus puller

Casting Department

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Carrie O'Brien ... casting: Luxembourg
Kevin Scarlett ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Uli Simon ... costume supervisor
Renata Stec ... wardrobe assistant (as Renata Stec-Ross)

Location Management

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Martin Jaubert ... location manager
Jean-Baptiste Leclère ... unit location manager
Claude Ludovicy ... location scout
Karin Marié ... location scout (as Karin Marie)
Laurent Schuster ... assistant location manager
Théodore Theodorides ... assistant locations
Julie Salvador ... location scout (uncredited)

Music Department

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Michael J. Baker ... orchestral conductor
Michael Banton-Jones ... music mixer / music recordist

Script and Continuity Department

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Kristel Dotremont ... script supervisor
Selene Strilesky ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Tracey Becker ... dialogue coach
Bob Bellion ... production accountant
Patrick Blocman ... production assistant
Pete Daly ... unit publicist
Alexandre Desmars ... production assistant: France / rushes runner
Roberta Harron ... executive assistant
Christoph Koelle ... assistant to executive producer
Ragna Arny Larusdottir ... assistant to producer
Gaille Ledrew ... contract administrator (as Gaille Le Drew)
Karin Marié ... scout
Marie McFerran ... production coordinator
Donalda Palmer ... administrative accountant
Laurie Pozmantier ... production executive: Alliance Television
Laurence Rexter-Baker ... production assistant
Bev Ross ... post-production accountant (as Beverly Ross)
Julie Salvador ... scout
Anne-Sylvie Six ... production assistant
Théodore Theodorides ... production assistant
Laurence Van Zeveren ... production assistant
Nicholas Villevieille ... production assistant
Jon Alon Walz ... production executive: UPN

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Victor Robinson moves into a new country home with his family. Their son Jesse, finds an old Edison invention in the basement. When they turn on the machine, they start hearing children's voices laughing and playing at night. Their mute autistic daughter, Meaghan, becomes more animated; singing and painting figures inside of a circle on the walls. Other strange events start to take place around the house, such as two strange figures burned into the grass and even an attempted break in. After doing some research, Victor discovers that two children were murdered years ago in the town, and their bodies were never found. After visiting the man who confessed to the crime, he is convinced the spirits of those children are trying to warn him that their real killer is still loose. Written by Sam Gillman

Plot Keywords
Taglines Spirits warn a family of a murderer nearby! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Lost Souls (United States)
  • Nightworld: Wandering Soul (Japan, English title)
  • Les etranges conversations de Meggan (France)
  • Haus der verlorenen Seelen (Germany)
  • Ztracené Duše (Czech Republic)
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Runtime
  • 90 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Thomas Edison's Frequency Harmonizer in the film is based off the rumor that he actually made such a device to communicate with ghosts. See more »
Goofs The thickness of the lines in Meaghan's painting changes between scenes. See more »
Quotes Jesse Robinson: What is it?
Victor Robinson: Looks like an old phonograph.
Jesse Robinson: What's That?
Victor Robinson: An old record player.
Jesse Robinson: What's That?
Victor Robinson: Nevermind.
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