Eccentric funeral crasher Enoch (Henry Hopper) finds his ideal soul mate in beautiful but mysterious Annabelle (Mia Wasikowska), who claims to work in a hospital but harbors a sensitive secret. Later, after Enoch opens up to Annabelle about his only friend, an outspoken ghost named Hiroshi, their fledgling romance is put to the ultimate test. Director Gus Van Sant teams with playwright Jason Lew to adapt Lew's play of the same name. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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A wonderfully quiet and understated film, sweet, yet not saccharine. I first saw Mia Wasikowska as Sophie in season one of "In Treatment" and thought she was adorable. I have loved her in every role she's played since. Henry Hopper. unlike his obnoxious father, is also very appealing.
Wonderful little film that touches so many emotions. Sadness, heartbreak, joy, love, despair, loss, and hope. Main characters are wonderful in their parts. And yes, Henry is Dennis' son. Big-time players in the production and direction. See this.