Saint Ange film poster
|Directed by||Pascal Laugier|
|Produced by||Christophe Gans|
|Written by||Pascal Laugier|
|Music by||Joseph LoDuca|
|Distributed by||Rogue Pictures (US)|
|Release dates||23 June 2004 (France)|
|Running time||98 minutes|
In 1958, Anna, a young cleaning woman, is sent to spruce up the abandoned St. Ange orphanage in the French Alps region. In fact, she has been sent there because she is pregnant, but she keeps this a secret from others. She then discovers that Judith is the only orphan who still lives there, a young woman who acts like a child, locked up in her own memories. As she begins her cleaning duties, Anna begins to experience strange things such as hearing the footsteps and voices of children down the hallways. Meanwhile, her co-worker, a cook named Helenka, does not hear a thing, and begins to worry about Anna's state of mind.
As time passes, Anna begins to suspect that St. Ange holds a dark secret. Convinced that Judith's memories hold part of the answer, Anna coaxes her into helping uncover the sinister secrets that lie under the orphanage. 
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- Interview with Christophe Gans
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