Wednesday, 23 March 2016
Lady in White (1988)
To enjoy Lady in White you'll need to enjoy 1980s supernatural films in general, because the story moves slowly. But Autumn can be a languid season and life was slower back then, so it's not too much of a problem. Plus, there are enough trace amounts of a Ray Bradbury and Stephen King influence in the fabric of the narrative to keep me entertained during the slower times.
In a way it's the story of a girl searching for her mother; it just happens to be told from the perspective of a young boy who played a role in her journey.
3 cliffside struggles out of 5