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There are examples in dramas, comedies, etc, but no more so than horror. Seeing Kim Hunter as the obsessing and worried Elaine Wilby reminded me of that as well as seeing an early performance from the great Dabney Coleman. The plan is hide the kid for a few months then move away and start anew. A new family moves in headed by Mr. Ronald writes fantasy stories, paints pictures and sees himself as a young Prince wrongfully banished from his land and the little girl, Cindy Fisher, is his Princess.
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The way we get it is pretty A to B to C storytelling, where we see the new family, we see Ronald watching, we get a good 15 minutes with Ronald and his mother early on… But what if the point of view was from the new family moving in? The youngest daughter has a bad feeling about this old Victorian house, food starts disappearing from the fridge at night, they hear shuffling sounds that could be rats, the nosey neighborlady goes missing, they hear stories of the never caught murderer that used to live there, etc.
Like, credits rolling within 30 seconds abrupt. If any talkbackers have, maybe you can fill me in on how close the TV movie stuck to it. I get the feeling that the movie tells only delivers a portion of what was in the novel, but that could just be me talking outta my butt. Looking forward to finally digging into it!