The Awakening (2011) Movie


The Awakening
  • Release Dates
  • In Theaters: August 10, 2012
77% Like of 62 Total Votes

Starring Rebecca Hall, Neil Broome, Dominic West, John Shrapnel
Directed by Nick Murphy
62 votes, 3.85 / 5 avg. rating (77% score) A famous author and skeptic of the paranormal is sent to a London prep school to debunk a haunting. This gothic chiller comes from Nick Murphy with supernatural forces showing themselves. Taking place in England 1912, the war takes a huge toll on the residents and most turn to the spiritual realm for hope of a better future. Florence Cathcart (Rebecca Hall) thinks very little of the spirutal world and the supernatural. She has built a career on debunking ghosts and other paranormal entities. This drives her to this school but she soon discovers that the real thing is very scary and won"t stop even if she does not believe in it.
Starring: Rebecca Hall , Dominic West , Imelda Staunton , Staunton Isaac , Hempstead WrightDirector: Nick Murphy


In 1921, England is overwhelmed by the loss and grief of World War I. Hoax exposer Florence Cathcart visits a boarding school to explain sightings of a child ghost. Everything she believes unravels as the 'missing' begin to show themselves.
Cast: Rebecca Hall, Neil Broome, Dominic West, John Shrapnel, Richard Durden, Andy Callaghan, Nicholas Amer, Shaun Dooley, Imelda Staunton, Alfie Field, Joseph Mawle, Sidney Johnston, Vera Horton, Adam Thomas Wright, Steven Cree, Molly Lewis, Nick Murphy, Joseph M. Jenkins, James Kirkham, Zach Mitchell, Anastasia Hille, Joseph Courtney, Andrew Foster, Ian Hanmore, Charlotte Lowdell, Diana Kent, Terry Swoffer, Andrew Havill, Sarah Weldon, Felix Soper
Directors: Nick Murphy
Genres: Horror, Thriller
Year: 2011
Runtime: 102 /
MPAA Rating: R
Awards: 4
Nominations: 2
Writers: Stephen Volk, Nick Murphy
Producers: Joanie Blaikie, Jenny Borgars, Will Clarke, Olivier Courson, Sarah Curtis, Robin Guise, Peter Hampden, Norman Merry, Joe Oppenheimer, Peter Raven, Ed Rubin, Carole Sheridan, Julia Stannard, David M. Thompson
Musicians: Daniel Pemberton
Cinematographers: Eduard Grau
Editors: Victoria Boydell

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