Jul 02, 2010 · Two exorcists literally remove the skeletons from the cupboards from people's homes. Some fairly embarrassing secrets are revealed along the way. A case where the skeletons have hidden themselves turns the lives of all those involved. Plot Summary | Add Synopsis
- Nick Whitfield
- Not Rated
SKELETONS is a little known masterpiece of imaginative, emotional film-making by Nick Whitfield. I've never been that interested in film, but this is one of a handful of hidden gems that mean the world to me. At first it's funny and fascinating, with beautiful music, but almost incomprehensible. Amazingly by the end, all becomes clear.
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If there's something lurking in your closet -- a guilty secret, a past mistake -- on-call emotional exorcists Davis and Bennett can help you out. That is, until their own deeper feelings start to ...
Skeletons is a 2010 British film directed by Nick Whitfield, starring Ed Gaughan, Andrew Buckley, and Jason Isaacs. It was nominated for 'Outstanding Debut by a British Director' at the 64th British Academy Film Awards. Skeletons was the winner of the "Best new British feature film" award at the 2010 Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Apr 25, 1997 · Directed by David DeCoteau. With Ron Silver, Christopher Plummer, Dee Wallace, Kyle Howard. A Pulitzer prize journalist has a heart attack and moves with his wife and son, from NYC to a town of 850 in Maine.
- David Decoteau
Movie Info Small-town Mainers turn hostile when a transplanted New Yorker (Ron Silver) helps a gay man unjustly accused of murder.
- David Decoteau
- HIT Entertainment, Inc.
Jul 01, 2010 · Skeletons is also a film that could be shown in a double-bill with Hirokazu Kore-eda's Afterlife. The humour is as dry as a bone.
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