Celia

Celia

Directed by Ann Turner

An imaginative and somewhat disturbed young girl fantasizes about evil creatures and other oddities to mask her insecurities while growing up in rural Australia.

An imaginative and somewhat disturbed young girl fantasizes about evil creatures and other oddities to mask her insecurities while growing up in rural Australia.

Cast: Rebecca Smart, Nicholas Eadie, Victoria Longley

Member Reviews

Eerie in some parts, and most of all, a brilliant, absorbing film about childhood. Very much worth every minute of your time! The one thing which confused me is the ending, Im not sure if she imagined herself to be the villain or actually became the villain. Perhaps thats for the viewer to decide?? Other than the ending, much of the film reminds me of the very emotional, experiential side of childhood.

Brunton1111
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4 days ago

Pretty slow paced at first, but I must say that the last 20 or so minutes really made this a good movie. This thug almost shed a tear for her pet rabbit and a few parts. Last scene was also great.

FartKnocka27
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5 days ago

I watched the movie searching for horror..I found it more frightening than ever at the last half hour. 5 skulls through and true. Never heard of Hobyahs till now.

AceLion
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2 weeks ago

I enjoyed learning about the Australian cultural relevance of this film.

nomoreusernames
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2 weeks ago

i couldn't get through the music in the opening credits ..those were definitely the sounds of another kind of horror i am just not in the mood for right now ..*shudder*

deadrabbit
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4 weeks ago