A young cleaning woman, Anna (Virginie Ledoyen), sent to spruce up the abandoned St. Ange orphanage in the remotes of the French Alps in 1960, discovers that only one orphan, Judith (Lou Doillon), still lives there. As she sets about her scrubbing duties, Anna begins to experience some very strange things, like hearing the footsteps and voices of children down the long lonely hallways. Meanwhile, her coworker, Helenka (a cook), doesn’t hear a thing, and begins to worry about Anna’s state of mind… –IMDb
Pascal Laugier (born October 16, 1971) is a French screenwriter and film director.
Laugier is a former assistant to director, Christophe Gans, having directed the “making-of” documentary about Gans’ 2001 film, Brotherhood of the Wolf (Laugier also starred in the film). He has written and directed the fantasy-horror feature films Saint Ange, Martyrs, and The Tall Man.
Laugier has been associated with the New French Extremity movement.
Laugier was set to direct the remake of Hellraiser but was later taken off the project due to creative differences with the producers; Laugier wanted his film to be very serious and explore gay S&M culture, whereas the producers wanted the film to be more commercial and appeal to a teen audience.
Potential future directing projects include a supernatural thriller entitled Details. —Wikipedia
Un fallidisimo film de terror. Pensado exclusivamente para su distribuciòn internacional, el film esta totalmente hablado en inglès, pero ni uno solo de los actores es capaz de disimular su acento galo, y una banda sonora mas o menos efectiva que jamas encuentra su equivalente en imagenes. Como la caca de gallina: ni asusta, ni huele ni hiede. Por supuesto, la unica razòn para pagar por ver esto es Virginie Ledoyen.