A young girl has a terrible vision of herself being killed by a chandelier falling on her from the ceiling of her home's ballroom. Growing up, she never sets foot in the room, but when her ...
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A young girl has a terrible vision of herself being killed by a chandelier falling on her from the ceiling of her home's ballroom. Growing up, she never sets foot in the room, but when her engagement is to be announced, both her father and fiancé insist that she set aside her foolishness for the party.Written by
When Lisa and her guests are sitting a the table talking about how would like to die, she states that she already knows how she is going to die. One of the female guests starts to say "What a strange thing to say" and can be seen saying it. The audio cuts out after thing and it repeats it immediately cutting off after "to" and then can be heard again cutting off after "thing." Before the guest is shown saying the words, she can be heard saying "What a strange thing." So it was said four times. See more »
Beverly Washburn stars as a young ballerina named Lisa Garrick, who becomes stricken with fear and mounting dread after she has recurrent visions of a chandelier in her home will one day fall on her and kill her. Her father has the chandelier checked by experts who assure them that it is safely mounted to the ceiling, but Lisa retains her doubts. Ten years later, Lisa(now an adult) must face her fear again at her engagement party, but as it turns out, she wasn't the one in danger after all... Thin but memorable tale maintains interest throughout, and has a most effective twist at the end that viewer may well not see coming.
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