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WHEN THE LIGHTS WENT OUT

by Pat Holden

synopsis

1974. The Maynard family moves into a new house in a small community in Yorkshire. Working-class father and mother try to make their daughter, Sally, feel at home. In that grey zone between childhood and early adolescence, Sally hears noises and sees things that don’t entirely make sense, though initially her parents dismiss these as the product of the overactive imagination of a child. But then they, too, start encountering what turns out to be the ghost of a murdered young girl.

international title: When the Lights Went Out
original title: When the Lights Went Out
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: SC Films International
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Pat Holden
film run: 85'
screenplay: Pat Holden
cast: Steven Waddington, Kate Ashfield, Tasha Connor, Gary Lewis, Andrea Lowe, Craig Parkinson
cinematography by: Jonathan Harvey
film editing: Rob Hall
art director: Jane Levick
music: Marc Canham
producer: Deepak Nayar, Bil Bungay
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