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Genres: Thriller , Mystery , Drama
Actors: Keith Allen , Gordon Reid , Renée Asherson , Elaine Cassidy , Eric Sykes , James Bentley , Alakina Mann , Christopher Eccleston , Fionnula Flanagan , Nicole Kidman , Michelle Fairley , Alexander Vince , Ricardo López , Aldo Grilo
Director: Alejandro Amenábar
Country: Italy, France, Spain, United States
Year: 2001
IMDB Rating: 7.6/10 (167369 votes)

A woman named Grace retires with her two children to a mansion on Jersey, towards the end of the Second World War, where she’s waiting for her husband to come back from battle. The children have a disease which means they cannot be touched by direct sunlight without being hurt in some way. They will live alone there with oppressive, strange and almost religious rules, until she needs to hire a group of servants for them. Their arrival will accidentally begin to break the rules with unexpected consequences.

Film Review

In a nutshell, Alejandro Amenabar's "The Others" is a gripping and emotionally powerful horror film, respecting our intelligence enough not to overuse graphic elements and to make the perfect dosage between thrills and mystery. And the mystery surrounding the characters is so absorbing that it immediately plunges us into such an unnerving and harrowing atmosphere that at the end of the film, whether we found relief or our hearts were still pounding, we know we'd just have lived an extraordinary experience."The Others" is set in a large mansion inhabited by a young mother, Nicole Kidman as Grace Stewart and her two children, Anne and Nicholas. The film opens when she receives three applicants for house jobs, an elderly tacit grounds-keeper named Mr Turkle, a deaf and dumb adolescent, and the lady who seems to lead the group, Bertha Mills, played, in a remarkable performance, by Fionula Fllanigan. Mrs Mills is the kind of character that immediately strikes …

A tale of mystery, not horror. This is one of the best performances that Nichole Kidman has ever done. A ghost story of the highest caliber; but if you watch it too carefully, there are so many "clues" that you will guess the ending long before the final reel. For another version (a similar story) watch "The Innocents" (1961). The story seems familiar because it is a partial retelling of "The Turn of the Screw." I won't reveal the ending except to tell you that this is a ghost story told from the ghosts' point-of-view, which really reveals too much. (The young boy Victor, one of the "intruders", can see the ghosts.) A handsome production with excellent cinematography and sets. Well directed and very atmospheric but too intense for very young children.

Nowadays in horror, it isn't enough to simply hint at a ghost. The audience is going to want to see the specter in the flesh. But that takes away the true fright of supernatural terror. The feeling of an otherworldly presence is much scarier than seeing it. After such classics as 1961's "The Innocents" and 1963's "The Haunting," a film like Alejandro Amenabar's "The Others" is a warm love letter to horror.The film is set in 1940's New England. While her husband is away at war, Nicole Kidman's character, Grace, watches over her dark, foreboding mansion, as well as her children, Anne and Nicholas, who have a disturbing allergy to sunlight. Once Grace calls upon new housekeepers to tend to the mansion and the kids, things begin to go wrong. There is something the new guests aren't telling her, Anne is "lying" about seeing a little boy named Victor, and strange noises occur. But Victor isn't the only problem. …