The Moth Diaries

    The Moth Diaries

    2011. Horror by Mary Harron. Canada, Ireland. 1h25m. USA: R disturbing gore language sexuality
    '' It was OK. I thought it was maybe just me, but I didn't quite "get it"...
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    When a strange new student named Ernessa (Lily Cole) befriends Lucy, Rebecca's precariously balanced world starts to teeter. Soon bizarre incidents begin happening. Distressed, Rebecca turns to her diary to share her intimate thoughts and suspicions, and to her new English teacher, Mr. Davies (Scott Speedman). Her fears heighten as the events around her eerily parallel the gothic novel Carmilla, which she is studying in class. Could Ernessa be a vampire and former guest of the old Brangwyn Hotel? When Lucy falls ill, Rebecca's determination to uncover Ernessa's secrets becomes unstoppable.
    Scott Speedman
    Sarah Bolger
    Sarah Gadon
    Lily Cole
    Anne Day-Jones
    Judy Parfitt
    Melissa Farman
    Valerie Tian
    Deena Aziz
    Zina Anaplioti
    Laurence Hamelin
    Gia Sandhu

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