SURTALCHILGAAN DEER DARAHAD ARILJ KINO GARNA.
Lauren Cohan of TV’s “The Walking Dead” stars as Greta, an American who selects to make tracks in an opposite direction from a damaging sweetheart by venturing out the distance to an inaccessible corner of the British wide open. She winds up at a Gothic house home almost a confined town, to meet for what she supposes will be the occupation of administering to a 8-year-old kid.
The uplifting news: She handles the gig. The awful news: Her matured workers, Mr. also, Mrs. Heelshire (Jim Norton, Diana Hardcastle), need her to watch over Brahms, an existence measured china doll they regard as their child. The more terrible news: The Heelshires rapidly withdraw for a broadened get-away, allowing Greta to sit unbothered with Brahms in an old dim house where things go knock in the night, things mysteriously vanish and/or migrate, and sporadic dream-succession fakeouts give low-voltage stuns.