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Whilst there, she forms a relationship with her landlady, a lonely young woman with a life-altering condition. But pressure mounts on the writer, and her relationship with the landlady becomes ever-more suffocating. Please note : This production contains strobe lighting, provocative language, some violent scenes, and moments and themes that some people may find distressing - it's definitely not for children! Photo by Manuel Harlan.
The Tell-Tale Heart a creepy interpretation of Edgar Allan Poe’s short story – review
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