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Human Resources (2014)

| Horror , Thriller
When a woman takes a new job, she discovers the skyscraper she works in is haunted by victims of a corporation's pursuit of profit. Unable to ignore injustice embodied by the disembodied, she sets out to reveal the truth.


Keil Troisi


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Credited cast:
Sonia Williams Sonia Williams ... Charlene Moore
Aaron Troisi Aaron Troisi ... Sean Manning
James Goode James Goode ... Alan Ramsey
Elizabeth Dowd Elizabeth Dowd ... Judith Ramsey
Andrew Hubatsek ... Sagely Janitor
Stephen Lunger Stephen Lunger ... Chris
Mark Wong Mark Wong ... Jon
Mimi Troisi Mimi Troisi ... Mila Crane
Titilola Verissimo Titilola Verissimo ... Nell
Denyse Ellington ... Ms. Toombs
Mala Wright ... Delise Moore
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Vivek Ananthan Vivek Ananthan ... Protester
Gina Apuzzo Gina Apuzzo ... Protester
Kimberly Bada Kimberly Bada ... Office Worker
Katherine Bar ... Clubber


When a headstrong young woman lands a new job as an executive assistant, she discovers that the skyscraper she works in is haunted by victims of the corporation's cutthroat pursuit of profit. Unable to ignore injustices embodied by the disembodied, she sets out to reveal the truth and stop her bosses before their seemingly benign business operations kill again.

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If corporations are people, consider them villains.


Horror | Thriller



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$19,000 (estimated)
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The kind of film that comes along once in 5 years
19 November 2015 | by nathan-31-727575See all my reviews

This is the kind of pure genius that comes along only rarely. I watched it 3 times and never got tired of watching. I don't normally enjoy horror or thriller films, but this one is different. I was reminded of black and white Hitchcock as I was kept on the edge of my seat the entire time. This was in part due to the appropriately used and not overdone cinematography. Each scene is gorgeous and eerie to fit the film. I kept wanting to go back and re-play pieces (but resisted) because it was so captivating. Films like this come along only on rare occasions. The suspense builds from a standstill to a New York Subway as it progresses and the ending is an explosion of unexpected glee.

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