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GHOSTWOODS

by Justin O’Brien

synopsis

Driven to investigate the mysterious disappearance of his father, New York psychologist Ed Hunter travels to a remote village in the West of Ireland and finds a community that has been living in fear for centuries. He meets a mysterious girl who tells him that his father had been searching for the spirits of a mother and child who were buried alive in the nearby forest over 1000 years ago. His fathers friend, the local parish priest holds all the answers but has locked himself in his church for fear of his life.

international title: Ghostwoods
original title: Ghostwoods
country: Ireland
year: 2007
genre: fiction
directed by: Justin O’Brien
film run: 85'
cast: Patrick Bergin, Alan Devine, Louise Osbourne
cinematography by: Pete Hall
film editing: Dermot Diskin
music: Liam Bates
producer: Justin O’Brien, Ned Dowd
production: Maxim Pictures Ltd
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