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The Others (2-Aug-2001)

Director: Alejandro Amenábar

Writer: Alejandro Amenábar

Music: Alejandro Amenábar

Producers: Fernando Bovaira; José Luis Cuerda; Sunmin Park

Keywords: Thriller

A woman living in a peculiar mansion with her afflicted children grows convinced of paranormal activity in their house.

Soldier's wife Grace moves her two harshly photosensitive children to a mansion on the English coast, intending to live there while awaiting her husband's return from World War II. A reclusive life with her disabled kids proves to be the fragile Grace's undoing, as a series of strange events and visions in her new place of residence lead her to suspect a supernatural presence in her midst.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Keith Allen
2-Jun-1953   Keith Allen Will Burn In Hell
Renée Asherson
19-May-1915   Malta Story
Christopher Eccleston
16-Feb-1964   Shallow Grave
Michelle Fairley
1964   Catelyn Stark on Game of Thrones
Fionnula Flanagan
10-Dec-1941   James Joyce's Women
Nicole Kidman
20-Jun-1967   Moulin Rouge
Eric Sykes
4-May-1923 4-Jul-2012 The Plank


Nicole Kidman   ...   Grace
Fionnula Flanagan   ...   Mrs. Mills
Christopher Eccleston   ...   Charles
Alakina Mann   ...   Anne
James Bentley   ...   Nicholas
Eric Sykes   ...   Mr. Tuttle
Elaine Cassidy   ...   Lydia
Keith Allen   ...   Mr. Marlish
Renée Asherson   ...   Old Lady
Michelle Fairley   ...   Mrs. Marlish
Gordon Reid   ...   Assistant
Alexander Vince   ...   Victor
Ricardo López   ...   2nd Assistant
Aldo Grilo   ...   Gardener


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