This article achieved etxcaly what I wanted it to achieve.
the film really exercises the brain to think much deeper ,it does`nt give you the entire picture that easily
This movie uses the premise of a little girl winning a spelling bee to talk about anything BUT spelling bees. It is a very weird movie, exploring different religions as the way to talk to God. I would not recommend this movie to anyone...it is definitely NOT a family film. Overall it is vague, has really no plot, nothing is resolved in the end, and it is disturbing to see the little girl spirit possessed.
What I loved about this film is that the little girl was like a real kid. Not the typical Hollywood kid who appears to be a mini-adult but is rude to every adult he/she meets, or an kid who`s done a billion commercials and has a pasted on smile.
it looks real a family that breaks-up. and trys to find its way back. again .
Running Time: 104 min.
November 11, 2005 (limited)
April 4, 2006
based on 271 votes and 5 reviews
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