The film hasn’t even begun production yet and “Baby’s Breath” is already stirring up nightmares. Based on a true life ghost encounter, Matthew Krause’s “Baby’s Breath” is a supernatural thriller about the spirit of a baby who is the only one that can identify a murderer.
The script for “Baby’s Breath” has done its rounds throughout Hollywood, freaking out a couple of execs, one admitting that he couldn’t read the script at night because it scared the hell out of him and another saying that he had to stop reading 40 pages in because it was too unsettling.
A second casting call and screen tests are scheduled for October with principal photography to begin in March.
Visit the “Baby’s Breath” website for more information.
Posted on August 26, 2002 in News by Film Threat Staff
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