A high school young lady moves into a remote wide open house with her family, just to find that their miserable new home has an appalling past that undermines to devastate the family.
Jaume Balagueró was onto to something with this “dull” blood and guts movie reverberating its title in its story, however as a fundamental “component” to the story too. The film nearly winds up amusing in being dim natured, obscurely lit, and wearing a title that immerses its environment completely. It was one of Anna Paquin’s prior movies directly before repeating her job in X-men 2. Anna Paquin was as yet a best in class performing artist that indicated extraordinary adaptability and feeling in her ventures (it likewise continued the epic vampire arrangement of True Blood). In “Murkiness” she assumes the job of little girl Regina.
The setting is situated in Spain 40 years after the fact from an awful past occasion. An American family (no last name given) has migrated into a wide open house that was already uninhabited. We get a preamble opener that demonstrates 6 kids taking an interest in a dull mysterious custom (one that was incomplete). The family comprises of Mark (Iain Glen), Maria (Lena Olin) Paul (Stephan Enquist) and Regina (Anna Paquin). In spite of the family cherishing their new area and setting, Regina just needs to come back to her American companions and lifestyle. We discover that Mark’s dad Albert Rua (Giannini) is in charge of furnishing them with the house.
Darkness Movie 2002