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The House Is Innocent (2015)

Tom and Barbara's new home has a notorious past and it's going to take more than a fresh coat of paint to whitewash its macabre history.

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Nicholas Coles
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4 wins & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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John Cabrera John Cabrera ... Himself
Barbara Holmes Barbara Holmes ... Herself
Derek Sandoval Derek Sandoval ... Himself
Tom Williams Tom Williams ... Himself
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Tom and Barbara's new home has a notorious past and it's going to take more than a fresh coat of paint to whitewash its macabre history.

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USA

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English

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19 April 2015 (USA) See more »

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The mannequin of Dorothea Puente in the movie stands with one foot on top of a stuffed flat-cat. See more »

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Brilliant, Stupendous, Out of this World!
20 April 2015 | by tewilliams-1See all my reviews

Admittedly, I may be prejudiced, but I saw The House is Innocent for the first time yesterday and, along with the entire audience of millions*, loved it. Nick Coles conceived and directed a delightful comedy short that had its roots in a notorious murder**. Not an easy thing to do, but Nick's view of the world allows him to uniquely observe the World's humor and humanity and turn it into art. Of course, his subjects were cute and adorable.

* millions may be an exaggeration.

** Late in the 1980's, a deceptively little-old-lady, named Dorothea Puente, murdered at least nine people and buried seven if them in the yard of her Victorian duplex. A hardened criminal in the body of elderly sweetness, she "selflessly" took in Sacramento's indigent, seven of whom she poisoned, buried them in her yard, and continued to spend their government checks on personal luxuries. When she was caught, the house became a Sacramento symbol of horror: The location of The Nightmare on F Street. THE HOUSE was, and IS INNOCENT.


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