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Ghost Son
Directed byLamberto Bava
Written byLamberto Bava
Produced byPino Gargiulo, Enzo Giulioli, Marco Guidone, Terence S. Potter, Jacqueline Quella, Gianni Ricci, Paul Raleigh, Liza Essers, Enrico Coletti, Richard Green
StarringLaura Harring, John Hannah, Pete Postlethwaite, Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni
CinematographyDavide Bassan
Music bySimon Boswell
Distributed byMoviemax
Release date
2007
Running time
96 minutes
CountriesItaly
Spain
United Kingdom
LanguageEnglish

Ghost Son is a 2007 Italian horror-thriller film, written and directed by Lamberto Bava[1][2] and produced by Pino Gargiulo.

Plot

Stacey and Mark have recently married and are deeply in love with each other. They live on Mark's farm in South Africa. When Mark dies in a fatal car accident, the widow Stacey misses him and decides to stay with their orphan teenage maid, Thandi, on the farm. Later, her friend and doctor Doc finds that Stacey is pregnant. After a complicated delivery, Stacey notes that her baby in some moments seems to be possessed by the spirit of Mark, trying to kill her to bring her to spend eternity with him.

Cast

References

  1. ^ Sciallis, Elvezio. "Ghost Son - Review". La Tela Nerva {In Italian}. Retrieved 1 October 2020.
  2. ^ Izzi, Alessandro. "Ghost Son - Review". Close Up {Italian}. Retrieved 1 October 2020.