Independent filmmaker Frank LaLoggia's (FEAR NO EVIL) long-awaited second feature is an impressive, if overly ambitious, semiautobiographical ghost story that rejects gore in favor of genuine gothic chills.
Surprisingly rich in character, period, and place, LADY IN WHITE begins on Halloween, 1962, as the youngest son of a widower (Alex Rocco), young Frankie (Lukas Haas), is locked in the school cloakroom by pranksters who leave him there for the night. Resigned to his fate, Frankie climbs up on the
top shelf and tries to get some sleep. Suddenly he is awakened by the ghost of a little girl (Joelle Jacob) about his age who was murdered in the cloakroom many years...