The Scopia Effect

  |  Book Tickets: 03/10/2014
  |  Buy to Own: 18/10/2014
  |  103 min
Rated 15 by the BBFC


Christopher Butler writes and directs this London-set psychological horror starring Joanna Ignaczewska. Bashia (Ignaczewska), a young office worker who has recently been suffering from mild depression, visits a doctor specialising in hypnotherapy to get to the bottom of her problems. Through her sessions, memories from her childhood and also past lives start to become clear, yet some of them cause more trouble being out in the open than remaining repressed. As these memories begin to take hold of Bashia and become invasive of her daily life, she struggles to retain her sanity.

strong violence, threat, suicide references, nudity, strong language
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