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The Uncanny

USA 2023
produced by
Bianca Butti, Cameron Holly Dexter, Bonny Hsu, Conswella Joyce, Therèse Laurin, David Ling, Anthony Pedone, Paul Santos, Kevin M. Schneider, Michael Schulte, Marie Laurin (executive) for Broken Parrot Productions
directed by Clara Gabrielle
starring Marie Laurin, Delilah Camille Schneider, Grainne McDermott, Michael Schulte, Toni Torres, Mitchell DeGuzman, Sandy Trejo, Daphne Gabriel, Jongman Kim, Rowin Amone, Ben Bela Böhm, Clara Gabrielle, Mary Eileen O'Donnell, James Paxton, Ezrah Lakeshore, Judy Wang, Natasha Tina Liu, J.R. Villarreal, Frank Palmieri, Jeff Vernon, Bjorn Reddington, Danina Moguel, Sean Patrick McGowan, Samuel L Siskind, Brianni Walker, Chance Caeden, Algo Brehane, Dayton Sinkia, Maria Bobeva, Zoe Bobiva, Attis Pedone, Mariana Alagon, Jelena Mrdja, Charlie Cake, Daisy Faye Ferguson, Anthony Pedone, Leo Schneider, Terri Semper (voice), Lana Skoric
written by Clara Gabrielle, Marie Laurin, music by Miriam Mayer, Jeffery Alan Jones

review by
Mike Haberfelner

After one of her patients, Lily (Grainne McDermott), committed suicide, Zouzou (Marie Laurin), mental health counselor for abused kids, feels a hole in her heart, especially since she has had a special relationship with Lily, and she quits her job and moves to a new town. At first that seems to work out, her new house is lovely, she soon makes friends, including eccentric husband and wife Cash (Jongman Kim) and Déja (Daphne Gabriel), and mentally challenged Daniel (Mitchell DeGuzman), who frequently breaks into her house because he thinks his babysitter from way back Ashley (Rowin Amone) still lives there - and to top it all off she even finds a lover, Ted (Michael Schulte). But soon enough she finds that not everything in the house is alright, as if there was a strange presence was trying to take over. What Zouzou doesn't know of course and only slowly finds out is that the house has seen more than its fair share of suicides - including babysitter Ashley -, and the ghost of a little girl, Mae (Delilah Camille Schneider) is the link of them all. But is that even for real or only further manifestation of Zouzou's trauma?


A very unusual ghost story for sure, The Uncanny certainly doesn't feel like your typical horror film, as instead of shocks it explores traumata and superstition, coping mechanisms spun out of control and the possibility of a world beyond our own, all packed into moody imagery carried by a well structured, engaging story, and relatable performances by a solid cast, all making this a very worthwhile film.


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