Cecilie experiences a rape, but no traces are found. Her husband commits her to a psychiatric hospital. With the help of a psychiatrist she sees a frightening connection between her ...
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Cecilie experiences a rape, but no traces are found. Her husband commits her to a psychiatric hospital. With the help of a psychiatrist she sees a frightening connection between her condition and a brutal murder dating more than 30 years backWritten by
Cecilie is convinced that she was raped when she was 31, when in fact it is the pain of another victim she felt. If that was the case, she would also have felt the other two victims attack years prior to the story (not counting the first one where she was born). See more »
Danish horror-thriller at it's finest. Big shame that Denmark has never released any good films in this genre. 'Cecilie' has got nothing new in mind. This movie sadly repeats clichés seen a thousand times before. I would recommend any average Bollywood-flick on ghosts instead of this useless waste of time. This is a haunting-story like most of them; the dead returns in spirit-form to undo injustice perpetrated against them in life. There's nothing disturbing or the least scary in this classic setup. Unless you're maybe totally new to these kind of films. What is really frightening is the lousy screenplay, lacking any interesting plot-events or the least original initiative. Sonja Richter normally seems talented. In this film, though, she seems utterly talentless, burnt out & is lacking any chemistry with her male counterpart. She's not at any point believable and she's not able to keep one's interest in this by all means ridiculous film. It saddens me that the danish film industry spends money on such worthless movies. All known & talented actors are casted, but none of them able to raise this movie above the ridiculously dull, lame and unoriginal.
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