Lovely Molly

de Eduardo Sánchez



Molly and Tim have just gotten married, and they move into her old family home. Soon afterwards it starts to become obvious that something’s not right in this place. Unexplainable noises, thumping... The atmosphere will become strained as Molly sees the ghosts from her past reemerge. More than a decade has gone by since Eduardo Sánchez revolutionized fantastic cinema with The Blair Witch Project. Now, the director seems ready to return to genre’s first division with Lovely Molly, where he combines an apparently classic haunted house story with a bloodcurdling psychological study of the leading character.    


Eduardo Sánchez

Colón, Cuba, 1968. He lived in Spain and New York until his family finally settled down near Washington. In 1991 he made, with just 3,000 dollars, the award-winning Gabriel’s Dream, and in 1999 along with Daniel Myrick he codirected The Blair Witch Project, one of the most influential horror movies in recent years.

Technical information

Edition: 2012
Section: Official Fantàstic Competition
Original language: English