Widowed for decades, Jim lives alone in an old cottage. Not quite alone, though. A thin, black-haired woman comes to his bedroom as he sleeps. When he wakes and sees her, she simply points to the corner. Then she disappears. This ghostly co-habitation takes a new twist when Jim finds the spirit wants to share his bed, as well as his home. So what is at the root of this most intimate of ghost sightings?
This week on The Moment, Brian Koppelman talks to John Dahl who directed Rounders and gave Brian his first big break in movies. John is also known for directing movies such as The Last Seduction, You Kill Me, and Red Rock West. The two talk about John’s
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