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Please Talk with Me (2012)

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In 1985, several college students in Geneseo, NY were confronted with the unimaginable as their friend, Chris DiCesare, became the unwilling focus of a series of paranormal events, recorded in the form of journal notes by John Jeff Ungar.





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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kyle Shea ... Chris
Aaron Katter ... Jeff
Ben Bandel ... Peter
Clara Heller ... Abby
Dawn Sobolewski ... Lucy
Nick Pearl ... Tommy (as Nicholas Pearl)
... Chad
... Father Charlie
Izabella Cylc ... Liza
Howah Hung ... Ambrose
... Himself - Key Witness
John Jeff Ungar ... Himself - Journal Writer
Jason Xaysittiphone ... Dr. Castle
Karl Spindler ... Dan
Tim Shaw ... Himself


In the winter of 1985 strange occurrences began to transpire inside Erie Hall on the college campus at Geneseo, New York. Over a period of several months, a number of the students would have their lives forever altered by a series of paranormal events. Apparitions sighted, strange voices heard and moving objects witnessed all became part of the experience shared by these young adults now over twenty years ago. Through the considered efforts of several of these students, a recorded history now exists detailing the day-to-day terror that these young adults experienced. Photographs, voice recordings, scribbled notes and formal written journals all now serve to authenticate the events that unfolded around them. This film is dedicated to the telling a portion of that story. Written by Claire Grey

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The true story of the C2D1 Haunting





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14 September 2012 (USA)  »

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A novel and interesting work.
12 June 2013 | by See all my reviews

This was a powerful film that captured the emotional state of anyone who has ever been involved with or known someone who has been attack or had contact with the paranormal. I'd say that this work is right up there with paranormal activity although more frightening because the story is true.

The casting of this film was raw and accurate. The character of Chris was played brilliantly. The sound track was original but matched the time period making me wish that they had released it on itunes.

The real achievement here is the direction. Mara Katria seems to have an eye for cinematic painting. I now have this film in my collection and love it!

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