Marilee J. Layman (mjlayman) wrote,
Marilee J. Layman

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The Skeleton Key

This was supposed to be scary, but it wasn't for me. Then again, I rarely scare.

A nursing assistant goes to work in a New Orlean's antebellum mansion for a woman whose husband is paralyzed. The assistant thinks he is trying to get her to help him get away and she finds a secret room in the attic with a lot of vodoun. She looks into the vodoun and tries to use that to free the man. Gena Rowlands did an excellent job as the woman.
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