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Cecilie is Danish horror movie directed by Hans Fabian Wullenweber and it has every single thing you'll need from this type of movies... and still doesn't manage to reach any type of climax on any field!
Cecilie (Sonja Richter) is a young married woman shattered by a brutal attack few years ago... and trying to start a new life working as a teacher in a small community. Everything could work fine if she wasn't pitted against the malevolent ghost of a murdered girl desperate to extract her revenge. But who was this little girl and what is the connection with Cecilie?
You'll find out watching the movie - which is good for Australians, because that is the only time we'll see snow! It is a little bit embarrassing for the director and his helpers that they played the song "Smuk og dejlig" by "Shit & Chanel" at the school party which was supposedly happening in 1972 and that song was first released in 1975, as well as the scene where Per finds articles dated February 1972 on Ekstrabladets web site and Ekstrabladet did not start saving articles digitally until December 1990.
Still, watch it... we need some snow on the South!
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