Audrey Rose

Synopsis: In New York, Janice Templeton is happily married to executive Bill Templeton and they live in a comfortable and fancy apartment with their eleven-year-old daughter Ivy. One day, Janice is stalked by a weirdo and she tells her husband. Soon afterwards the stranger contacts them and invites the couple to meet him in a restaurant. Elliot Hoover tells Janice and Bill that his daughter Audrey Rose died eleven years ago, burned in a car crash, and her soul has been reincarnated in Ivy's body. Bill and Janice believe that Elliot is nuts, and Bill tells his lawyer to get a restraining order against Elliot. However, Ivy has dreadful nightmares and only Elliot is able to calm her down. When Elliot abducts Ivy, Bill and Janice go to court to have him arrested. But Elliot wants to prove that Ivy and Audrey Rose are the same soul.
Genre: Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Director(s): Robert Wise
Production: United Artists
 
IMDB:
5.8
Rotten Tomatoes:
56%
PG
Year:
1977
113 min
21 Views

(tyres screech)

(musical interlude)

(school bell)

- Ivy!

- Hi, Mom.

Hi, sweetheart. (she laughs)

Oh...

Hey, Mom, two tests again, both in math.

They popped one on us.

Can you believe it?

You're kidding?

No warning at all?

No, they didn't.

Come on, sweetie.

Hello, George.

No, Paris. Well, at least

that's what Jennifer told Peter.

By the way, dear Jill O'Connor

says she's started to... you know what.

- No, what?

- Menstruate.

- She's only nine. Do you believe it?

- No, I think she's a fibber.

- She's a liar.

- I didn't say that.

Girls like Jill just like to fantasise.

Hey.

- How about a Coke?

- I'll have it later.

OK.

Oh, lvy, don't forget

to hang your coat on a chair.

Oh, all right.

(lock turns)

- Open up.

- Bill...

Oh!

- Hey, what is it? You're shaking.

- It's just the weather.

You're home early. Well,

I'll get a glass chilling for your martini.

- Oh, don't mention that word, please.

- Another one of those days?

- Yeah, another one of those lunches.

- Oh...

- I gotta lie down, Janice.

- You've got an hour.

Carole and Russ are coming for dinner.

With their aunt.

- Oh, shit.

- I'm sorry.

No, no.

- Hiya, princess.

- Hi, Daddy.

- I found out.

- What?

Mom...

- Mom likes cameras, right?

- Right.

I was walking with her

past a camera store

and I saw her looking

at this real long lens.

It's so neat.

It's got all these little dinkies on it.

- Little dinkies like that.

- Yeah?

When can we buy it?

- Well, it's an awful long way to Christmas.

- Yeah.

But your birthday's next week.

Have you made up your mind yet?

Yeah, but I'm not gonna tell you.

- All right...

- Surprise me.

(she giggles)

The Hotel des Artistes,

built by artistes for artistes.

What the hell are we doing here?

I don't know about you,

but I have hidden depths.

Mezzo, mezzo.

(she moans)

(she cries out)

Excuse me.

We've got to go, Bill. Come along, Aunt.

Ivy. Ivy.

Ivy. Sweetie.

It's Mommy.

- Oh, Mom, it was awful.

- What was awful?

I don't know.

I can't remember.

Well, it was just a dream.

- Yeah, a dream.

- Mm-hm.

Mom, I don't feel well.

- You don't seem to have a fever.

- Darn.

But I think we'll keep you home

from school tomorrow anyway.

I love you.

Oh, I love you too.

Bill...

Something strange happened today.

There was a man outside school.

Bill?

(Bill) He has reddish-brown hair,

pale blue eyes, he's about 5'8, 5'9.

A beard, rather a full beard. Kind of

a weird, spaced-out look about him.

(man) Well, when did you first notice him?

A couple of weeks ago. I spotted him

on the bus. I was going home.

He looked rather familiar,

like I'd seen him somewhere before.

The next day,

he was in the elevator where I work.

Where's that?

386 Madison Avenue. I'm a partner

in Simmons Templeton Advertising.

- Well, maybe he works there too.

- No.

Now I see him every morning

when I take my daughter to school.

- Has this person ever battered you?

- Battered me?

Has he come into

purposeful bodily contact with you?

Has he hit you? Has he pushed you?

No, nothing like that.

Unless there's evidence of assault and

battery, there's very little we can do here.

What do I do? What? Do I shove him,

push him, provoke him?

Get the son of a bitch to hit me? What

does it take to get you to do something?

Look, Mr Templeton, I'm sorry,

but there's no law that says

that people can't be on the city streets

wherever and whenever they'd like to be.

- I got one.

- OK.

Look, Mom, "slaughter".

- Oh! That's good.

- 13.

(phone rings)

Be right back.

No peeking at my pieces.

Hello?

- Hello?

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Frank Paul De Felitta (August 3, 1921 – March 29, 2016) was an author, producer, pilot and film director. He was most well known for his novels Audrey Rose and The Entity. more…

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