That was eight months ago.
After nearly losing his own life that night, Paul is battling PTSD, depression, and severe problems at work and home. To cheer him up, his worried wife, Charlotte, gives him a surprise present: a vintage typewriter—complete with ink ribbons and heavy round keys—because he’s always wanted one. Paul feels inspired to write about the terrifying experience that damaged his life. “If I can look into the eyes of evil in the real world,” Paul explains, “maybe I won’t have to run from it in my sleep.”
However, the typewriter soon becomes a source of anxiety itself. Paul swears he can hear the keys clacking in the early hours of the morning when everyone is in bed. Charlotte and his son deny playing with the old-fashioned machine or hearing any strange sounds. It is only Paul who can hear the noise he swears is coming from downstairs. Are Paul’s claims real—or is he going off the rails as Charlotte fears?
Titre original : A Noise Downstairs (2018)
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