The Sight

Synopsis: Michael Lewis a young American architect is sent to Britain to refurbish an old London hotel. But this assignment instantly stretches beyond the ordinary as he finds himself exposed to a chain of unusual events, strange visions and frightening dreams. Lewis soon decides to use his newfound ability to help the hotel's 21 restless spirits resolve their business on Earth. In the process, he unwittingly becomes involved in a serial murder case.
Director(s): Paul W.S. Anderson
Production: Impact Pictures
86 min

Michael, you're above

I'm Jake

We need to get the plane

We still have three hours

What is it?

Do you see New York for the first time?

Mrs Fong is fed

I think I still ring the bell.

I was sleeping. -What


I had another nightmare.

Are those for me?

Where is Coleen?



Forever left.

What if you & apos; s would be in a better neighborhood

live, women remained perhaps.

I think it's fine here.

-What Less love for old buildings...

and more love for people,

and you would have sex more often.

Excuse me, ladies.

No, twenty dollars.

Again dropped off a tourist?

-They Ask for it.

Do you want to m & apos; s watch house?

-Should You been to London?


-You're Just returned.

I have to work.

You should go to Paris.

That is romantic.

I will remember.

I see you little good

is waiting in London.

Where do you see that?

In a crystal ball?

No, on the Internet.

I have it printed for you.

They call him the new Ripper, Jack.

Jack the Ripper has returned to London


Nice woman.


Let's ride.

The tunnel was hell.

I take the Williamsburg Bridge.

They are working on the L8.

What time is the flight?

-We're On time.

Welcome to London Heathrow

Passengers on flight VS 005,

from JFK in New York...

to retrieve their luggage

at band number five

Nice hotel. Do you rented a car?

-This Is for you.

Do we sometimes bankrupt?

-If You do something, you should do well.

The Arcadia Hotel.

So they do not build them today.

Does it appeal to you?


I have to because of my exes this deal

really close.

Congratulations, Mr. Lewis.

We knew you were the right man.

Better than an architect, he does not find you.

He ??makes the plans, I realize them.

That was a great presentation.

-I Would also like to restore the building.

It's a dream job. I would have to actually pay


So he can do again.

You have made something special

Old Mutual Building in Baltimore.

I want to stay true to the spirit.

-Z & Apos; s mind?

Each building has that,

and I want to keep.

It is an interesting collaboration.

-I Hope.

There is one thing. An instruction of the

owner of the Arcadia Hotel.

When we meet him?

-I Will not go.

Really? What he has to request?

Here along.

The door at the end

may not be opened.

How far?

-Never. You have to build around it.

You're kidding.

-I'm Afraid so.

The client insists.

Your business will only contract

if the door remains closed.

That will not be a problem fixed.

Hey, come back.


Listen, you can not come here.

It's dangerous here.

Can you help me?

Enter information about building


Let's meet, Albert.

Birth Registry 10/06/1914 Albert Brown deceased

How can that be?

Jake, I'm still at work

at the Arcadia.

I have done research into our mysterious client.

It appears that the Arcadia Hotel

sold to certain Albert Brown.

Decade ago.

The problem is that Albert

deceased was 90 years ago.

When he was three months old.

Someone wants Clearly z & apos; s identity


So the question is who is

than that and why.


If I catch you,

i'll graze.


What are you doing here?

Who are you?

-The Monitoring.

You are sure Mr. Lewis.

This came for you.

Take care of yourself.



It's all good, Margaret.

I'm going to get help.

Can you help us?

Would you call an ambulance?

Call an ambulance.

What do you have?

I'm going to get help, Margaret.

I'll be back.

Can you send an ambulance

to the corner of Church and Old Street?

It's okay. They are coming.

It's good. There is help on the way.

It's good.

Do not worry, Michael.

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