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The Singing Bird Will Come (2015)

A girl is forced to return to her hometown from London after her mother's death and the break-up of her relationship. Taking a job as a night cleaner in a restaurant, she is troubled by the... See full summary »

Director:

Iain Ross-McNamee
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gillian Harker ... Lauren
Charles O'Neill ... James
Aaron Jeffcoate ... Reece
Hollie Burrows Hollie Burrows ... Paige
Cara Middleton ... Kelly
Kiah Reeves Kiah Reeves ... Jade
Ernest Vernon Ernest Vernon ... Keith
Ellen Mills Ellen Mills ... Lauren's mother
Richard Oliver Richard Oliver ... Simon
Patricia Drabble ... Emma
Arthur Lawton Arthur Lawton ... Arthur
Raki Dey ... Sasha
Angela Carter ... Katie
Benji Taylor Benji Taylor ... Paige's Boyfriend
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Dean Charles Dean Charles ... Guy from nightclub
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A girl is forced to return to her hometown from London after her mother's death and the break-up of her relationship. Taking a job as a night cleaner in a restaurant, she is troubled by the appearance of the ghost of a girl who disappeared years ago. A mystery unfolds around her, putting her in danger of meeting the same fate. Written by Amanda Owen-Roberts

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Horror | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 January 2015 (UK) See more »

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Amanda Murray Marketing See more »
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Color

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2.35 : 1
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Lauren: Is it always better to know the truth?
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A solid ghost story that entertained right to the end.
27 September 2016 | by colin-33409See all my reviews

I discovered this from my twitter feed, random twitter surfing, and Ghost Dog films. Was intrigued by the trailer and thought I'd give it a look.

I'm glad I did as it's well made, well acted, especially by Gillian Harker in the lead role, she made her character believable and gave her a vulnerability, especially when you consider how much the character has gone through, the rest of the cast give her solid support and it keeps you entertained right to the end.

This is well worth catching.

For best effect watch at night with the lights out.


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