WHO’S IN IT?
George MacKay (Pride), Anya Taylor-Joy (Split), Charlie Heaton (Shut In), Mia Goth (A Cure for Wellness), Matthew Stagg (Mum’s List), Kyle Soller (The Keeping Room), Nicola Harrison (Control), Tom Fisher (Cassandra’s Dream), Myra Kathryn Pearse (film debut), Robert Nairne (The Nightman of Nevermoor)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Sergio G. Sánchez (film debut), director, writer; Belén Atienza (The Impossible), Álvaro Augustin (Pan’s Labyrinth) and Ghislain Barrois (Spanish Affair), producers; Fernando Velázquez (Crimson Peak), composer; Xavi Giménez (The Machinist), cinematographer; Elena Ruiz (The Orphanage), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
In 1969, Jack (MacKay) and his three younger siblings – Jane (Goth), Billy (Heaton) and Sam (Stagg) – struggle to survive on their own following the death of their mother (Harrison). With no other place to go, they are stuck living in their dilapidated old house, protecting themselves from an unwanted spiritual visitor who has begun to make their lives a living hell…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Sergio G. Sánchez, the writer of J.A. Bayona’s The Orphanage and The Impossible, makes his feature directorial debut with this chilling and disturbing family horror.