Review: The Little Girl Who Lives Down the Lane (1976)

Never trust a 13 year old who live alone and offer you a cup of tea.

blu“THE LITTLE GIRL WHO LIVES DOWN THE LANE”
1976
Thriller
Canada

Director: Nicholas Gessner
Stars: Jodie Foster, Martin Sheen, Alexis Smith
Distributor: Kino Lorber
Runtime: 91 mins
BLU RAY REGION A

“This is MY house!”

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13 years old Rynn live alone with her father in his rented secluded house. When people from the village comes around to satisfy their curiosity, it seems like her father is never around. It seems like the young girl is all alone, and she is put to the test by the likes of a nosy landlord, her perverted son and a cop.

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A great job by the director and his marvellous cast. A suspenseful thriller that’s creepy and a little sleazy. The atmosphere is chilling and uneasy the whole fim through and the plot is really off-beat. It’s got a good Blu-Ray release and is definitely worth your while.

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