André ROULEAU (Caramel Films), Victoria SANCHEZ (Just Beleive Productions), Valerie D'AUTEUIL
A newly reconstructed family moves into a little converted church in the country. Jean tries to convince her two children, Molly, a teenager with a post-traumatic stress disorder, and Michael, her whiz-kid younger brother, that it’ll be good for everyone. Maybe even for Heather, Dave’s difficult six-year-old daughter, who has not spoken since a mysterious fire took her mothers life. Upon exploring their new land, the kids discover an old cemetery behind their home. Molly’s paranoia intensifies as Heather becomes obsessed with a tombstone bearing her initials. Heathers behaviour becomes unsettling as she develops a toxic friendship with what Molly suspects to be the spirit of a young girl who also lost her parents in a tragic fire over a hundred years ago. Molly seems to be the only one who sees and understands what is happening to Heather. As the parents grow sceptical of her sto-‐ ries and her brother grows more and more concerned about her fragile “condition”, Molly becomes recluse and is forced to take matters into her own hands. In a story that’s terrifying and poignant by turns, Molly gradually realizes that she has a special gift; she sees and hears things others don’t. And even though Heather doesn’t make things easy for her step sister, Molly must save the subdued child before the ghost lures her to her death.