This movie was an enjoyable look at ghosts, love and relationships, and trying to right the wrongs that cause our souls unrest (even if it may not be possible).
The main character, Stevenson, purchases a new expensive home to celebrate his new high paying job, but he’s not as excited about living with his girlfriend as she is with him. She has dreams of marriage, and he has no clue how much she really means to him.
Fortunately (or not), for him, the house is haunted by the eccentric ghosts of a Vaudeville actor and actress who bring out both the best and worst in Stevenson. His girlfriend overhears him talking to them about his ‘true’ feelings and, even though she doesn’t know about the ghosts, quickly realizes that she’s just another unwanted guest in Stevenson’s house and life.
Without giving away too much of the plot, it’s easy to see how Stevenson’s relationship with his girlfriend is just a reflection of the relationship that the ghosts have with each other. Some of the slapstick humor goes a bit overboard, but even then there’s reason for good laughs among the egocentric ghosts, and the miscommunications and mishaps in the film.
Not one of Spiritual Cinema Circle’s finest, but still enjoyable and worth the watch.