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One man's descent into madness, the supernatural and the doors to the other side.

Director:

Nathan Hill

Writers:

Nathan Hill, Simon Salamon (writing supervisor)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Daniel Rankin ... William Trigger
Saara Lamberg ... Theresa's Spirit (voice)
Nancy Rizk Nancy Rizk ... Ivy (scenes deleted)
Effie Spence ... Lily (scenes deleted) (as Themie Zgonis)
Piers Cunningham Piers Cunningham ... Sam
Christopher Havre Christopher Havre ... Tradesman #1
Jade von Nagy Jade von Nagy ... Tradesman #2
Stephanie Wakefield Stephanie Wakefield ... Theresa
Bronwyn Murphy Bronwyn Murphy ... Cassandra
Lara Welsh Lara Welsh ... Wendy
James Lawson James Lawson ... Father Dwyer

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Storyline

Based on a true story. After William Trigger's fiancé dies in a car accident, his life begins to spiral downwards into loneliness and seclusion. Taking a friend's advice, he attends a gathering, unaware that a séance is waiting for him on his arrival to try and contact the deceased. When he returns home things are not what they seem. Something or someone begins to haunt him. A frightening tale of one man's decent into madness, the supernatural and the doors to the other side. Written by Anonymous

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ouija board | seance | See All (2) »

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The story was told to both Mr Rankin and Mr Hill privately, by an emergency teacher whose best friend had just passed, in class one day during high school together. See more »

Goofs

When William Trigger dives into the ocean in a wide shot his wet-suit is open at the back, but not in the next shot. See more »

Quotes

William Trigger: There's something wrong with the house.
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Crazy Credits

Underwater title sequence which follows a lonely fish from the ocean to the shore See more »

Connections

References Radio Samurai (2002) See more »

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Ouija Board spells trouble
29 August 2012 | by mackatuckerSee all my reviews

A very suspicious chess move in the Nathan Hill film ladder, I found Seance to be curious, and in fact almost an art-house style film. I can guess that from his previous film Tomboys, being a one room drama, that Hill wanted to broaden his horizons and shoot a film with a lot of exterior locations, which includes some incredible underwater sequences, shot on a limited budget. I heard a rumor that the shooting schedule was so tight that almost the whole movie is acted in one takes. For this alone it is quite an achievement then. 'Seance', much like Hill's 'Hyde & Seek' falls into a well known brand and genre of horror films. I guess the only difference here is that the movie is based on a true story. Apparently Daniel Rankin and Mr Hill were in class together one day during high school and had an emergency teacher recite a story (which the film is based on) about a friend of his who had just killed himself due to an horrific séance experience. The mind boggles. The last time I saw a Hill film he was smashing down a doorway, this time it's a rooftop!


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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 November 2011 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

6:66: Seance Hour See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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Color
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