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Urban Ghost Story

Urban Ghost Story ★★ 1998 (R)

Saddled with guilt after surviving a car wreck that killed her friend, 12-year-old Lizzie suspects that her near-death experience released a nasty ghost that's purposely tormenting her. When no one believes her, her mom enlists the aid of a journalist to prove Lizzie's claims—which only makes life worse as a gaggle of scientists and voyeurs swarm their grungy Glasgow home. 82m/C VHS, DVD . Jason Connery, Stephanie Buttle, Heather Ann Foster, Nicola Stapleton, James Cosmo, Elizabeth Berrington, Siri Neal, Andreas Wisniewski, Kenneth Bryans, Carolyn Bonnyman, Alan Owen, Stephen MacDonald, Julie Austin, Nicola Greene, Nick Von Schlippe, David Haddow, Richard Syms, Andy McEwan, Aaron White, Joss Castell-Gydesen; D: Genevieve Jolliffe; W: Genevieve Jolliffe, Chris Jones; C: Jon Walker; M: Rupert Gregson-Williams. VIDEO

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