|Title ID||5477||Collection ID||713|
|Collection||Haywards Heath Cine Society pt2|
|Theme||Cine Club Film-Making|
|Keywords||Cars Children Houses Men Old Age Religious Activities Religious Buildings Villages Women|
|Copyright & Access||Copyright restrictions apply, contact Screen Archive South East for details|
This amateur short colour suspense thriller tells the story of a man who visits a grave to lay flowers, and believes he hears a ghostly voice. Shocked - he runs off dropping the flowers. This film is silent with music and dubbed sound effects throughout.
A man visits the village of Fletching, to put flowers on a grave. Not being from the town, many of the local villages look at him strangely as he walks to the graveyard. Upon getting there, he lays the flowers to hear a ghostly voice at the grave, indicating it is not happy with the flowers he offers. Shocked - he runs off dropping the flowers. Two boys appear laughing from behind the grave, having played a trick on the man. But as they run off, a voice from the grave says: 'cheeky young devils'.
This film was entered into the Albany Film Competition in 1970 awarded with 2nd place overall.