PURGATRORY HOUSE chronicles the after-life journey of a lonely teen who abandoned her life of peer pressure only to find herself caught between Heaven and Hell. Here she will remain 14-years-old forever unless she can find within herself the courage to change. Filmed in 2001 with miniDV cameras and edited on early home-based computers, "Purgatory House" marked the beginning of the democratization of film. Written by and starring a 14-year-old at-risk high school student, Celeste Davis was the [then] first youngest sole-credited feature screenwriter to have a feature distributed.
Can you see me?
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for drug content
Did You Know?
The baby cry heard in the movie is the actual voice of Celeste Davis, which had been recorded and saved in a sound library over 10 years before the movie was shot. It was only by coincidence that the Supervising Sound Editor, who happened to be working at the very same company where the library was located, came upon a track called "Celeste Davis: Baby cry", and put the pieces together. See more
I'll be your supplier for eternity.
You're letting me do drugs?
Oh, yes. In fact, we insist on it.
Parametic #1 and Parametic #2 are PURGATORY HOUSE Associate Producers Matthew Irving (disguised as "Pink Matthews") and Traci Glodery. See more
Written by Jennifer Fokler and Keith Schreiner
Published by Auditory Sculptures (ASCAP)/Pollenation Music (BMI)
Performed by Dahlia
Courtesy of Rumblefish, Inc. See more