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Eliza establishes a unique relationship with the spirit of a diarist named Alfred whom pens replies to Eliza in her journal but the friendship turns terrifying when Alfred demands to be released from the confines of the book's pages.

Directors:

Christian Grillo, Carmela Hayslett (co-director)

Writer:

Carmela Hayslett (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview:
Carmela Hayslett Carmela Hayslett ... Eliza
D.M. Folger Jr. D.M. Folger Jr. ... Jack
Chuck Maher Chuck Maher ... Robbie
Carl Stevens Carl Stevens ... Mr. Wagstaff
Melissa Michalczyk Melissa Michalczyk ... Cindy
Ashley Keller Ashley Keller ... Vanessa
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Eliza establishes a unique relationship with the spirit of a diarist named Alfred whom pens replies to Eliza in her journal but the friendship turns terrifying when Alfred demands to be released from the confines of the book's pages.

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Short | Horror | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 June 2012 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

Company Credits

Production Co:

Potent Media See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color
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The book Eliza and Robbie are seen reading often in Eliza's living room is "Big Boots and Black Hair Dye" written by Carmela Hayslett. See more »

Quotes

Eliza: Aw, who kicked you out this time?
Robbie: Well, Mom, if you must know... it was Crystal.
Eliza: Crystal! Wavy blonde hair, septum piercing, tattoo of a dead baby on her chest?
Robbie: That's the one!
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Worth the Watch
11 July 2012 | by nightflightfilmsSee all my reviews

Overall a great independent film in a true independent spirit. A very original and compelling story portrayed in a compelling and suspenseful manner. The story is excellent, portrayed by very believable characters. Excellent cinematography combined with clean audio and a killer sound track.

Though not this group's "first film" it's a positive step in a very successful direction of cinematic story telling. Carmela's script combined with Christian's film making and musical talents combine for a paranormal/horror short film you won't want to miss. Eliza's Diary is something I'm looking forward to seeing out on the Festival and Convention circuit. Very well made film.


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