This little press release turned up on our doorstep this morning, completely out of the blue. So rather than spoil it for you, I thought I'd just publish it whole here and let you investigate it yourself.
Once a mad mother drowned her three little daughters overnight. Some years later, already in a mental hospital, she was herself murdered with three types of cold steel. Witnesses said that it was done by three teenage girls...
The ghosts of the dead daughters took vengeance on their mother, but neither was their thirst of revenge quenched, nor did their hatred dispel.
A deadly chain reaction was put into action: for three days they watched the one who saw their victim last. As soon as this person did anything wrong, the ghosts held their merciless trial.
They have great power. And this power is growing. They cannot rest in peace.
Maybe they're not just ghosts. They are...
...And that's where the press release ends. Spooky, eh?
Here's some more very limited information about the film.
Director & Writer Pavel Ruminov
Producers Ruben Dishdishyan, Eduard Boyakov
Cinematographer Fedor Lyass
Music Alexander Ivanov, Trey Gunn
Production Companies Central Partnership, PRAKTIKA Pictures
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