A Manhattan couple moves to a historic hamlet in the Hudson Valley and come to discover that their marriage has a sinister darkness, one that rivals their new home’s history. Based on the acclaimed novel by Elizabeth Brundage.
Hey. Hey. I think I found the perfect house for us. To Dr. George! You thought this through? George really wants this, and I owe it to him to at least try. You know, when I saw this place, I knew immediately it was for us. There's definitely updating that needs to be done here. Yeah, it certainly could use a paint job. Yeah, but look at these bones. I love it so much! You're an exceptional husband. And you are an exceptional wife. Damned. I'm new in town and I'd love to learn more about the older homes in the area. I don't know anybody up here. Well, you do now. My wife doesn't know what happened here. It'd be better if we kept it that way. Everything in the natural world has a counterpart in the spiritual realm. We're all so inconsequential. I’d say death is only the beginning. My wife is the true believer of the family. You do not want to get her started on all of that stuff. What the-- I'm starting to see things, and I'm scared to tell George about it. If you're coming in, shut the door behind you. What do you want? I told George the whole story. I need to know what happened. Somebody help us! Is something wrong, Cath?
1. What has the couple found?
2. How did the couple admire each other?
3. Why is the title of the movie "Things Heard & Seen "?