Voice from the Grave (1996)

TV Movie   |    |  Mystery, Drama, Thriller


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A segment from the 'Unsolved Mysteries' TV series inspired this story, in which a nurse (Megan Ward) claims that she's possessed by a murdered co-worker's spirit which identifies the killer.


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15 October 2003 | claudio_carvalho
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| Mystery, Crime, Suspense, Drama, All of These Ingredients Mixed in Right Doses in the Screenplay of a Surprising Good Movie
The nurse Terry Deveroux (Kim Dickens) is murdered at home in a sadistic way. Renne Perkins (Megan Ward) is her colleague in a Chicago hospital and had just one contact with her a couple of days ago. Renne is married with Bill Perkins (John Telersky), a resident doctor in the hospital, and both are fighting together to improve in live. The residence of Bill is close to the end and he expects to be hired by the direction of the hospital. However, Renne is possessed by Terry spirit, who claims for justice. The acceptance of this situation challenges the logical formation of the couple, and they come up to a dilemma: shall they go to the police and expose that strange situation or not? The great screenplay of this TV movie surprised me. Mystery, crime, suspense, drama, all of these ingredients are mixed in right doses in the plot. The cast and direction are sharp. The end of this film could be shorter and disappoints a little bit, but the credits of this movie informs that this would be indeed a true story. If the viewer likes movies like 'The Sixth Sense', will certainly enjoy this film. My vote is seven.

Title (Brazil): "Vozes do Além" ("Voices From Beyond")

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Release Date:

20 March 1996

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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