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|Presence of Mind|
|Directed by||Antoni Aloy|
|Produced by||Enrique Cerezo|
|Written by||Antoni Aloy|
|Based on||The Turn of the Screw by Henry James|
|Starring|| Sadie Frost |
|Music by||Ángel Illarramendi|
|Edited by||Bela María da Costa|
|Distributed by||Cargo Films|
Columbia TriStar Films de España S.A.
Enrique Cerezo Producciones Cinematográficas S.A.
Presence of Mind is a 1999 Spanish-American drama film directed by Antoni Aloy. The film is based on the 1898 novella The Turn of the Screw by Henry James. A woman is hired to watch over two recently orphaned children, Flora and her brother Miles (played by Nilo Mur). The woman starts seeing ghosts and the children begin some very peculiar and disturbing behavior.
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Presence may refer to:
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