Out of the Darkness
Thriller & Mystery • Horror, Kids and Family, UR
Shot on location around Derbyshire, this atmospheric and entertaining ghost story - which sees the dispossessed spirit of a young plague victim making contact with modern kids - is one of the highlights of the latter days of the Children's Film Foundation. Past intrudes on present with increasing regularity in this wittily-scripted piece, written and directed by John Krish.
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