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Everyone in Val Jalbert knows Arianne is haunted...except for her.

In the ghost obsessed village of Val Jalbert, Arianne's a born skeptic. But the more she fights it, the more she's tormented by unexplainable horrors.

  Toronto, ON  |  Horror, Suspense

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The Fantome often takes on the form of loved ones. Arianne isn't the only one in the St. Julien family being tormented by it. For her father, Olivier, it assumes one of its most disturbing forms: his daughter...

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    Denis R. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Love the suspense, and spooky and scary scene. I think you will go a long way in the competition. Best of luck!

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    Anita C. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Can imagine that this show will keep people on their toes! Agreed with others comments, good use of music....main actor pulls you in!

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    Anna P. 0  posted 9 years ago

    This scene gives me chills. Such an effective use of silence atmosphere and music! Keep it up guys, so proud :)

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    Julie G. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Very good acting. It grabs the audience right away. Good cinematography too. Well-done, guys! Keep up the good work!

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    Adam M. 0  posted 9 years ago

    For seeing a creepy silent girl bleeding out her face, that guy seemed pretty chill. Of course, I've had roommates just as weird as that chick. Cool stuff.

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    Lisa O. 0  posted 9 years ago

    This is scary and I hate scary, life is scary enough. But this has me and I want more. Give me more.

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    Angela M. 0  posted 9 years ago

    i love how creepy this is... I love scary movies and could totally see myself getting caught up in this one!

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    Corry B. 0  posted 9 years ago

    Nicely done. The opening closeups of the sweat-soaked skin did an excellent job at conveying the heat and the fever that carries the rest of the scene. Make sure you go back to it once or twice through the scene so as not to lose that sensation to the viewer.

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    Ravi J. 1  posted 9 years ago

    Very scary

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    Michael L. 0  posted 9 years ago

    The cinematography from this crew continues to amaze me. I hope they finish this film, regardless of the outcome here.

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