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Full Circle: The Haunting of Julia
Mia Farrow plays a bereaved mother haunted by the spirit of a child in this supernatural chiller.
Director: Richard Loncraine
Rediscover this highly regarded, long-vanished and evocatively eerie cult chiller starring Mia Farrow and based on a novel by Peter Straub. Bereaved mother Julia (Farrow)) flees controlling husband Magnus (Keir Dullea, 2001: A Space Odyssey), re-establishing herself in an old house in leafy West London. Yet she finds herself haunted by apparitions of a ghostly blonde-haired child, sending her on a strange journey of self-discovery - with dreadful consequences. Long requested by fans, the BFI is delighted to bring Full Circle back to UK audiences in this new restoration. Long requested by fans, the BFI is delighted to bring Full Circle to UK audiences as a limited edition 4K UHD and Blu-ray dual format release.
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