While trying to get their lives back on track after the loss of their four year old son, Bryn and Paul Shaw move to the charming old Beacon Apartments. Bryn begins seeing a ghostly little boy skulking around the building. With the help of an eccentric young professor and a tough old beat cop, Bryn tries to uncover the details of the boy's death.
- Stars:Teri Polo, David Rees Snell, Elaine Hendrix, Ken Howard, Michael Ironside, Nick Sowell, Marnette Patterson, Jonny Cruz, Kelli Dawn Hancock, Everett Sifuentes, Kevin Scott Keating, Austin Lux, Rick Morrow, Julia Smathers, Dell Johnson,
- Director:Michael Stokes,
- Writer:Michael Stokes
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The Beacon torrent reviews
(es) wrote: 6.3/10The movie was utterly strange and quite interesting, but not enough that it might get boring. And although the performances were good, the characters at least to me, where very hard to understand. And the story didn't seem to have a beginning, because of how vague the story was. Still in the end it for more entertaining but overall it was different which was good, but it isn't a movie I would want to watch again because it would be boring. ~June 25, 2015~
(gb) wrote: Completely unassuming and as beautifully portrayed as "normal" can be. Very well acted.
(it) wrote: This is one of my favorite foreign films. The cast is beautiful and beyond talented. You don't see too many films from Lebanon, but this one is definitely the one to watch from the region.
(au) wrote: A journey not everybody needs to take, but some questions we all come through sooner or later.
(ag) wrote: La fusion de todas las historias conmueve, un desenlace diverso para cada una, con un dolor latente en todas.
(mx) wrote: This is a formidable portrait of a man stricken by his own psychology (and mental illness), and it's directed perfectly by Kerrigan. But it's evident Kerrigan, also the film's writer, stumped himself in trying to present the psuedo-noir heart at the story's center in a way not contrived: because of the protagonist's emotional state, the protagonist talks to himself, and Kerrigan not-so-smoothly drops in painful exposition -- painful, yet completely necessary for the film's engagement...which is a bad sign and an indication this film (or perhaps its specific narrative) could have and should have been skipped altogether.
(jp) wrote: Hilariously mocks the timeless charlatanism of wellness movements. I'm not surprised so many people don't like it, but skeptics will laugh out loud.
(nl) wrote: Mostly clean and very entertaining comic book type. Includes WWII military fights; sci-fi; humor; serious scenes; sad scenes; mostly well placed background music; good special effects (don't expect high quality in a 1985 film); great script.