Dora Baldini, her husband Bruno Baldini and her son Marco move to a huge house that belongs to her. Dora lived in this house with Marco and her former husband, who was drug addicted and committed suicide. The house is empty since them and Bruno, who is a pilot, has decided to move to the place claiming it is close to the airport. Soon Marco is possessed by the ghost of his father and Dora is haunted by the house. She tells to Bruno that they need to leave the house and she is afraid of her son, but he believes Dora relapsed since she had a breakdown when he husband died. Why the vengeful spirit is seeking revenge?
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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The film was released in the USA as "Beyond the Door II", although it has no connection with "Beyond the Door" (1974). See more
A black cord is visible pulling a wooden object toward Dora. See more
Why doesn't my real daddy ever come back to see me?
Look, Marco, you're old enough now to understand, I think. You know your father was a man who liked to travel a great deal. He loved airplanes, ships, sailboats - and he loved to visit faraway places.
Well, one day he went on one of his voyages and never came back... Your daddy is dead, Marco.
What is death, mama?
Death is like going on a trip, darling, only one doesn't come back. One goes away forever. But we'll keep daddy alive ...
Some earlier releases on the Media label shorten the role of Ivan Rassimov (the psychologist). The Anchor Bay and Hollywood DVD releases are complete and uncut. See more