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Rose, a sweet, lonely driving instructor in rural Ireland, is gifted with supernatural abilities. Rose has a love/hate relationship with her 'talents' & tries to ignore the constant spirit related requests from locals - to exorcise possessed rubbish bins or haunted gravel. But! Christian Winter, a washed up, one-hit-wonder rock star, has made a pact with the devil for a return to greatness! He puts a spell on a local teenager- making her levitate. Her terrified father, Martin Martin, asks Rose to help save his daughter. Rose has to overcome the fear of her supernatural gift & work with Martin to save the girl, get the guy and be home in time for a light snack...maybe a yogurt or something...Written by
According to the cast, neither Maeve Higgins (Rose) or Claudia O'Doherty (Claudia) can drive in real life. Ironically, both Will Forte and Barry Ward, whose characters both take driving lessons in the film, can. See more »
Why don't we see ghosts every day? The truth is ghosts are around us all the time, but most hauntings are so small they go unnoticed. For example, a pen, a pen lid, a gravel, a trapped sound, a child's ball or balls, a wheeled bin.
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The film was very funny, the plot was heartwarming but the script felt a bit undercooked, the movie had a bit of trouble transitioning between heavy themes to a gag (I'm looking at you Chinese delivery) but apart from a few cringes I had a great time watching this. The cinematography was top notch too! Yup the Irish film scene.
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