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It concerns a Californian coastal town that is celebrating its th anniversary when dark secrets from the s begin to emerge. Anyone who knows Carpenter would be able to pick out his unique style immediately. Ghost Director: Jerry Zucker. Is it the tastiness of the idea that people taken from our lives before their time might indeed still be accessible, might even be watching over us? Every time you want to write this movie off, something genuinely sweet or genuinely intriguing or genuinely funny reels you back in.
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