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Aug212012

New Clip from The Awakening

By:Slowdeath77

New Clip from The Awakening

The Awakening opened today to a limited Theatrical release and I really hope it stays for a little while so I can get a chance to see it.  Unless it comes out on Dvd pretty fast in which case that will be fine too.  The film looks like it really has a creepy atmosphere which you can definitely get a sense of through the trailer and recent clips that have been released.  You can watch the new clip down below.


 

Directed By: Nick Murphy
Screenplay By: Stephen Volk, Nick Murphy
Starring: Rebecca Hall, Dominic West, Imelda Staunton
Synopsis:  Set in London in 1921, Florence Cathcart (HALL), author of the popular book "Seeing Through Ghosts," has devoted her career to exposing claims of the supernatural as nothing but hoaxes. Haunted by the recent death of her fiancé, she is approached by Robert Mallory (WEST) to investigate the recent death of a student at the all-boys boarding school where he teaches. When students at the school repo
rt sightings of the young boy’s ghost, she decides to take on the case. Initially, the mystery surrounding the ghost appears nothing more than a schoolboy prank, but as Florence continues to investigate events at the school, she begins to believe that her reliance on science may not be enough to explain the strange phenomenon going on around her.

Source: youtube.com/

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