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Time Out saysHemmings and Hunnicutt arrive at their auntie's dilapidated mansion; she (brooding over the death of their son) hears ghostly voices, he (brooding over his failure as a writer) doesn't. That's about all there is to it. There's a surprise twist ending, but its impact is somewhat reduced by the one-and-a-half hours of circuitous chit-chat that's gone before. Based on a play by Richard Lortz, it's staggeringly boring (and blatantly illogical into the bargain).