Sarah Dekker is dealing with the trauma of an abortion. Shunned by her mother and dumped by her boyfriend, she recovers at an old parochial house. Unbeknownst to her the house is the site of a mass baby grave - they need a mother.
Dealing with a pregnancy termination in Ireland has been hard for Sarah Dekker. Shunned by her religious zealot family and after also breaking up with her unforgiving boyfriend, she travels to a sympathetic friend's house in the country to recover. But unbeknownst to her the provincial pile sits atop a mass grave of unwanted babies and their lost, confused spirits want to be reborn. Feeding on guilt and remorse the spirits need a mother. And they just might have found one in Sarah.Written by
Paddy Murphy - Taken from the Frightfest Website
And this one isn't really much of a thriller either. It's a movie about abortion and choice. It's a movie about who gets to make the choice, and what rights do the male parent and female parent have in deciding about the fate of an unborn child. That's really all it is. The horror element is irrelevant. It's not scary. In fact it's downright annoying as hell.
Really pretty bad movie. 3/10
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