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by Marcus Adams


Under the influence of drugs and drink, a group of bored students need something to liven up the party. When Lucy suggests that they try a Ouija board, the group reluctantly agree and find a disused part of the building. After constructing a makeshift board, Lucy warns them that if they make contact it should be the spirit that decides when it is over not them, so whatever they do, none of them should take their finger off the glass at the centre of the board. The séance begins. Moving towards the letters the glass starts to spell out the word "Djinn" and then repeating "All will die". With that Liam breaks the connection and leaves the board, keeping the spirit they have called trapped in this world.

original title: Long Time Dead
country: United Kingdom
sales agent: United International Pictures (UK)
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Marcus Adams
film run: 92'
release date: ES 26/07/2002, NL 18/07/2002, IT 14/06/2002, UK 18/01/2002
screenplay: Andy Day, Daniel Bronzite, Chris Baker, Eitan Arrusi
cast: Joe Absolom, Lara Belmont, Melanie Gutteridge, Lucas Haas, James Hillier, Alec Newman, Mel Raido, Marsha Thomason, Tom Bell
cinematography by: Nic Morris
film editing: Lucia Zucchetti
art director: Alison Riva
music: Don Davis
producer: James Gay-Rees
production: Working Title Films, Midfield Films
distributor: Universal Pictures International United Kingdom, Uip (IT), Uip (ES), Uip (NL), Uip (FR)
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