Stephanie Daley

Stephanie Daley

Stephanie collapses in a pool of blood while on a school skiing trip. A doctor discovers that the blood is the after-effects of giving birth. Soon afterward, the body of a newborn baby is found in a toilet, its mouth blocked with toilet paper. Despite Stephanie's insistence that her child was stillborn and that she had no idea that she was pregnant, she is arrested for the murder of the child.

Pregnant forensic psychologist Lydie Crane is hired to learn the truth behind the case of 16-year-old Stephanie Daley, who is accused of concealing her pregnancy and murdering her infant. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Stephanie Daley torrent reviews

Craig S (ru) wrote: Decent adventure romp, let down by some dull-as-dishwater directing.

Suanniiq B (ru) wrote: Best commentary on the reaility TV

Nathan C (au) wrote: Only Idiots watch this movie!

James H (mx) wrote: 68/100. Unusual documentary, primarily shot in black and white. Amazing archive footage and it's put together very well. It is such a strange and compelling story, it certainly held my interest.

Mike B (ca) wrote: it seems like it might be interesting, and still might be ok until the end. when it gets unnecessary.

Tim G (jp) wrote: A pointless and disgusting film that apparently has a plot, but really doesn't. It's worth watching if you're a film fanatic or someone who collects Criterion DVDs (the only reason I watched this), but for the average person, it's not worth it. Full of pee, shit, puke, and blood. [Oh, someone does have sex in a big vat of sugar though, and that's kind of cool. I wonder if the girl got a yeast infection?]

Davey M (de) wrote: It's a little stagy, and, even at a fairly brisk 96 minutes, the central conflict runs a bit thin by the end. Still, "Holiday" is a breezy, sweet-natured, deeply felt romantic comedy that also manages to explore American alternatives to the classically capitalist American dream--sometimes the script seems to overly berate responsibility, but it's also a genuinely heartwarming celebration of a free spirit. Hepburn and Grant are in top form--watching Grant's perfect, effortless, energetic use of his body and voice is a bit like watching Fred Astaire dancing; "Holiday" is a real testament to his genius as a comic actor.

Jason D (br) wrote: In this forgotten gem from the 80's, highly regarded filmmaker Jonathan Stryker (John Vernon in a very well acted role) and his longtime collaborator, actress Samantha Sherwood (Samantha Eggar) conspire to have Samantha institutionalized in order for her to do proper research on the lead role for Stryker's heavily publicized "Audra" movie. As life inside the institute beings to wear on Samantha, Styker abruptly walks out on her, leaving her to rot there until she breaks free and readies her revenge on the director. Now cue the major part of the film that has Stryker inviting the top five candidates for the lead in his Audra role for a weekend retreat at his secluded home. Things quickly become deadly when the girls start dying at the hands of a masked killer. One would instantly think the killer is Samantha, who has now joined the group for the weekend retreat, however not everything is at it seems in this cleverly done intense slasher film. Definitely good performances from the cast, especially Vernon who I'll always remember as Dean Wormer from Animal House. The film relies heavily on story structure (thanks to original Prom Night writer Robert Guza Jr. and heavy build-up of dread and tension rather than amassing a large body count with over-the-top kills. This is definitely a smart man's slasher and those with a short attention span may want to avoid this film if in fact if ever does come to DVD, which I hope it will someday rather than these crappy DVD bootlegs that are circulating around. Good horror film. Look for a VERY young, nearly unrecognizable Michael Wincott (Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, Metro, Alien Resurrection, The Crow) in an all-too-brief role.

bill s (nl) wrote: It's Cinderella meets Pretty Woman and a wickedly wonderful Weaver as the evil step mom.

Ryan C (nl) wrote: This movie could have been more intense and more emotional, but the message is unclear and disjointed.