Girl in Woods

Synopsis: After a tragic accident Grace is lost and alone in the Smoky Mountains. Grace's struggle for survival is made more complicated by her troubled past. Battling the demons in her mind may be the only way to come out alive.
87 min

Daddy's here.



Sorry, honey.

Daddy was a weak man.

It's okay, honey.

Momma's here.

It's just the heat.

It's just the heat.

That's all. That's all.

What the...?

You've changed my life

in a lot of ways.


No, daddy.



I was just rocking you to sleep.

I've missed you.

Momma, Jim killed himself.

I know.

But he wasn't very good for us.

I love him.

Well, we know what that does

to people, don't we?

Look at daddy.

-Daddy didn't...

-no, baby.

He loved us.

Baby, daddy tried.

Tried, tried.

Sorry I couldn't do any better.



Who's there?!

Who's there?!




What is it, baby?

There's something

in the closet.

I saw it.

In the closet.



There's nothing

in the closet, baby.

There's... look, look, baby.

There's nothing there.

There was something in there!

Baby, I-i know that you think

there's something...

no, there was something

in the closet.

I saw it!

I know, baby.


-No, I know.

I-it's in your imagination.

No, there was something

in the closet!

There's nothing there. Look!

There's nothing there, baby.

I saw it.

-It's not there.

-I want mommy.

No, baby, I don't want

to talk about mo...

-I want mommy!

-I don't want to talk abou...

she believes me!

You never believe me!

-Give me a hug, baby.

-No. I want mommy.


You want mommy?

What is it, honey?

What happened?

There was something

in the closet

and daddy didn't believe me.

He never believes me.

Well, sometimes daddies

don't always understand.

Do you believe me?

Well, of course I do.

That's what mommies are for,

to believe little girls, right?

Does daddy love you?

He did.

A long time ago.

What happened?

Honey, that's not

for little girls to worry about.

You need to get some rest.

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