Flowers in the Attic

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Released 1987

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Director:
Jeffrey Bloom
Released:
1987
Rating:
PG-13
Flowers in the Attic is the 1987 cult adaptation of the popular horror mystery from prolific author V.C. Andrews, directed by Jeffrey Bloom (Dogpound Shuffle, The Stick Up, Blood Beach). The story centers upon four siblings: two teenagers (Chris and Cathy) and two young twins (Carrie and Corey) who, along with their mother, are forced to live at their wealthy grandparents after their father passes away. Unfortunately, when they arrive, they are not, to say the least, warmly received by their grandmother. Much to the children's surprise, she tells them a shocking family secret: that their father is well. Because their grandmother happens to be very religious, she deems the children unfit and decides to keep them hidden from their ailing grandfather, who has never known that they are born. Though her house is as big as a palace, she forbids the children to leave their room, though they are allowed to enter an attic that their room leads to. Their mother is allowed to visit, but as her mother and father grow to accept her (even though she's only the one that married her uncle), the visits become fewer and far between and the children realize that they are now prisoners with no chance of escape...moreless

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