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In 1974, in Oxford, Professor Joseph Coupland and his students conduct an experiment of supernatural on the subject Jane Harper, a young abandoned woman with no memory of her past. Prof. Coupland intends heal Jane by destroying all the evil energy around her. A series of strange events happen to each student while they uncover the dark secret about the past of Jane.
A retro possession story that will wind up being best remembered for its groovy '70s setting (lots of mutton-chop sideburns and T. Rex and Slade songs on the soundtrack) and a deliciously sinister performance from Jared Harris.
"The Quiet Ones" is rated PG-13, but it's scarier than R-rated gorefests, like "Proxy," "Nurse 3D," and "American Mary." Anyone can create disgust; creating slowly-building disquiet is entirely another proposition.