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Directed by Kris Boustedt, Lindy Boustedt

Washington 2016 82 mins. In English

Robin and Jenna are getting married. What should be an incredibly happy day is marred by feelings of anxiety, self consciousness, panic attacks, and of course, a house that does not particularly want anyone to be in it unless they will remain forever. Mixing genres of love story and psychological thriller, directors Kris and Lindy Boustedt have created a film that goes beyond your conventional haunted house story to take a closer look at eternal commitment. “We wanted to create a film that inspired dread, of course, but that was rooted in the emotional realities of our characters and dealt with universal questions of the human question.”

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