When her parents decide to separate, sixteen year old Anna Brooks is sent to spend the summer in a small coastal town with her old fashioned aunt and uncle, Jennifer and David Collingwood. Anna is narcoleptic and suffers traumatic hallucinations as side effects to her medication. Whilst living in small town suburbia several bizarre incidents take place which lead Anna to question her own sanity. Is it really all in her head or is something more sinister going on in the small sleepy town?
How can you tell you're dreaming, when your nightmares become a reality
Did You Know?
In one of the opening scenes there is a painting of the "crying boy" hanging in the Collingwoods house. Rumour has it that the picture is cursed and in fact there were a series of news stories about it back in 1985. Houses would burn down wherever a copy of the picture was found. The creepy thing is, whilst filming one of the opening scenes of Any Minute Now one of the lights exploded and actually caused a small fire. See more