Forever (also known as Forever: A Ghost of a Love Story ) is a 1992 thriller and horror film directed by Thomas Palmer Jr. , which became his debut feature film.      
|Forever and ever|
|Genre||thriller horror movie|
|Producer||Thomas Palmer Jr.|
|Jacqueline Giroux, Thomas Palmer Jr.|
|In the main|
|Sally Kirkland |
The film begins with a brief scene in the background of a private house in 1922, and there is a shot that killed William Desmond Taylor, the famous director of the silent film era.
After 70 years, in 1992, a filmmaker passes by the same house in rainy weather and drives his car, after which the engine stalls almost at the very fence of the house. A man comes out to inspect the car and sees on the balcony of the house a young woman invitingly waving to him. He comes into the house to use the phone, but does not find the owners: the front door is open, the lights are turned on, the fire in the fireplace and candles are on, and no one answers his call ... Having heard vague sounds, he rises to the second room a floor on the balcony of which he saw a woman from the street, but there is also no one there.
By calling on the phone, the director notices the old movie camera and several old reels of the film, which he puts in the projector, and he is visited by the ghosts of the actors and actresses of this film. Dozing off in the heat, he wakes up only in the morning and instead of the old interior and living conditions of the house he met the day before, he sees bare walls, lack of furniture. Almost immediately, a real estate agent comes into the house, who is inclined to believe an unusual story about this housing, and the director says that he intends to rent premises for several months for use in the shooting, and at the same time try to figure out what is unusual with that house.
|Sean Young||Mary Mills Minter|
|Diane Ladd||Mabel Nomand|
|Steve railsback||William Desmond Taylor|
|Gregory Scott Cummins||Rupert Simms|
|Ian Sanderson||Alfonce Fettuccine|
- Review: 'Forever' , Variety (May 12, 1992). Date of treatment June 9, 2015.
- John Stanley. Creature Features. - Berkley Boulevard Books, 2000 .-- ISBN 0425175170 .
- Jim Craddock. VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever. - Visible Ink, 2004 .-- ISBN 0787674702 .
- Forever: A Ghost of A Love Story - Review , The New York Times . Date of treatment June 9, 2015.
- Forever - Review, The Laser Disc Newsletter (May 1996).
- James Pallot. The Motion Picture Guide Annual: The Films of 1994. - CineBooks, 1994 .-- ISBN 0933997353 .