Run time: 1h 29min
Director: William A. Fraker
15 year old Marguerite lives in a brooding mansion with her mother and grandmother. In keeping with the gloomy surroundings, she spends her time indulging in strange habits like conversing with inanimate objects that include paintings and her collection of dolls.
Marguerite has a particular fascination for one of the dolls whom she calls, Aaron, and soon expresses her desire to reconnect with her estranged father Michael. Michael has his own life now with Anne but arrives at the mansion to meet his daughter despite stiff opposition from Marguerite’s mother and grandmom. As it turns out, the two pay for their opposition when Aaron, the doll, ostensibly brutally murders them.
Marguerite and her father Michael now resume their relationship under the watchful eyes of Anne who begins to notice a strangeness to their relationship that borders on incest. She voices her concerns only to be paid back with an unsuccessful attempt on her life. The strangeness of the father-daughter relationship is emphasized in a scene where Marguerite masturbates while her father and partner have sex.
Michael and Anne must now fear for their lives as Aaron has them locked in sight as potential victims.
Also know as: Autumn Child, Labyrinth, A Imagem do Medo, Frygtens hus, Un reflejo de miedo, Kauhun heijastus, Le souffle de la peur, O fovos skepazei tin nyhta, Un rantolo nel buio, Kyôfu no kage, Reflejos del miedo, Spiegelbild der Angst,