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 voice of 7-year-old Massey is director Cindy Baer. See more
The question is: do I find it acceptable for fourteen year old kids to kill themselves, and throw away the lives I so generously gave them?
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