begins experiencing some paranormal activities in his house and it affects his daughter. Convinced that she’s possessed, he reaches out to a psychiatrist who is also a spiritual guru. He hires a team of young ghost-busters to help him save his daughter but little does he know that the attempt will actually make him learn who’s behind the possession
The well-directed final scene, with tight closeups and cuts like that of a spaghetti western, left me wondering what the makers are even trying to say. Is it a promise of a sequel, is it a hark back to the astrologer’s warning of impending death, or is it simply about a cynical worldview that evil will persist, no matter what? I’d like to stop thinking here.