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Voices (1973 film)

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Director  Kevin Billington
Music director  Richard Rodney Bennett
Language  English
6.2/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama, Horror, Thriller
Cinematography  Geoffrey Unsworth
Country  United Kingdom
Voices (1973 film) movie poster
Release date  1973
Writer  Richard Lortz (play), George Kirgo (screenplay), Robert Enders (screenplay)
Cast  David Hemmings (Robert), Gayle Hunnicutt (Claire), Lynn Farleigh (The Mother), Lynn Farleigh (John), Eva Griffiths (Jessica), Peggy Ann Clifford (The Medium)
Similar movies  August Rush, Chrystal, The Sixth Sense, Trainspotting, Mystic River, Ice Age

Voices is a 1973 British horror film directed by Kevin Billington and starring David Hemmings, Gayle Hunnicutt and Lynn Farleigh based on the play by Richard Lortz.


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Voices (1973 film) Voices 1973 aka Nightmare dir Kevin Billington starringThe film is about the life of a young couple Robert (David Hemmings) and Claire Williams (Gayle Hunnicutt), whose idyllic existence is turned topsy turvy when their 6-year-old son David (Adam Bridge) dies accidentally by drowning. Through a series of flashbacks it is shown that Claire was deeply traumatized by the loss of David and after numerous suicide attempts due to her mental breakdown, she was finally hospitalized in a mental hospital. Her husband Robert had been trying to cope with the stress as well as but it is apparent that the situation had become increasingly difficult for them both. After Claire gets released from the hospital, with the hope of Claire's full recovery, the couple plans a trip to the countryside where they can relax in the Georgian home, a secluded large manor which was left to Claire by her recently deceased aunt. Their trip gets hindered due to the foggy weather. The fog is so thick that Robert avoids ramming into an oncoming car and hits a tree. When they finally reach the ancient mansion, it seems like the perfect setting for the couple to rekindle their romance but things gradually begin to disintegrate quickly. Shortly thereafter, the situation reaches a breaking point after Claire begins hearing strange unidentifiable voices in the house. Eventually the voices take shape and Claire comes face to face with the ghostly figure of a young girl Jessica (Eva Griffiths) playing with a toy ball who doesn’t seem aware of the couple’s presence. But she isn’t the only ghost haunting the old house. Her mother and brother are also present. Claire desperately tries to convince Robert that she had indeed seen the ghosts but he refuses to do so. However, later both Claire and her husband Robert experience a series of unexplained supernatural events that leave them questioning their sanity as well as their very existence.Voices (1973 film) VOICES 1973 DVD modcinemaWhen the couple finally decides to leave the house and go back to their car, they find out they are dead. Their car had indeed crashed into a tree and their bodies were still inside the wrecked car.


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  • David Hemmings as Robert
  • Gayle Hunnicutt as Claire
  • Lynn Farleigh as the Mother
  • Peggy Ann Clifford as the Medium
  • Russell Lewis as John, the little boy
  • Eva Griffiths as Jessica, the little girl
  • Adam Bridge as David, Robert and Claire's son

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