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Brooklyn 45

Brooklyn 45

Directed by Ted Geoghegan

Friday, December 27, 1945. Five military veterans gather in the ornate parlour of a Brooklyn brownstone. Best friends since childhood, they’ve reunited to support their troubled host – but when his invitation for cocktails turns into an impromptu séance, the metaphoric ghosts of their past become all-too-literal. Trapped in their host’s lounge, the Greatest Generation now finds themselves put to one final test...with their only route to freedom being more bloodshed.

When WWII veterans gather for an impromptu séance, they must face the ghosts of their past.

Cast: Anne Ramsay, Ron E. Rains, Jeremy Holm, Larry Fessenden, Ezra Buzzington, Kristina Klebe

Member Reviews

*SPOILER ALERT* Good film, great concept and a perfect time in history for this kind of paranoia. Throughout the film I was left guessing who was the real ‘monster’ which did keep me intrigued however unfortunately the ending could have been better. Bob shouldn’t have done what he did and there needed to be more investigation into Hildegard perhaps leading to a bigger revelation for her or any other of the main characters

1 week ago

Boring, far from scary. slow burn for little to no pay-off.

1 week ago

Interesting characters and a very cool style and setting. I really enjoyed this one.

2 weeks ago

This film is worth watching, especially in our current times.

2 weeks ago

Not great. Too many anachronisms in the dialogue and it pulled me out of the story. And the German girl was way too calm for the situation she was in and I still think she was a spy.

4 weeks ago