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A girl diagnosed with mental instability, Tess, moves to a new home with her mom in hopes of getting a chance to start fresh. But she finds herself overwhelmed by hallucinations of a dead girl who may live inside her.
Anguish highlights four people in various degrees of mental and emotional pain, and while the narrative tissue here is a supernatural one the beating heart beneath it all is as real and affecting as they come.
Preoccupied with the haunting of both an individual and a community, Anguish has its creepy moments - but these are offset by an autumnal lyricism, and a focus on the interplay between Tess' teen alienation and her fraught attempts to find her place.
This is a horror movie that starts with characters and then moves to scares, a rare thing these days, and because we do care for these characters so much, it's that much more terrifying when their very souls are at stake.