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Rebecca and Martin are half-siblings, sharing the same mother, Sophie. The nurse was unable to get in touch with Sophie to inform her that Martin has been falling asleep in class lately. Rebecca tells the official that Sophie has depression and is taking antidepressants. Martin tells his sister that their mother has been talking to a woman named "Diana".
Rebecca assures him that Diana is not real, and that she had also heard their mother talk to the imaginary girl when she was a child.
Rebecca gets into an argument with Sophie when she realizes her mother is not taking her medication, so she takes Martin to her apartment. That night, Rebecca is woken by the same shadowed woman that killed Paul.
She narrowly escapes an attack when she turns the lights on, making the woman disappear. The next morning, she notices the name "Diana" has been scratched into her floor, along with a scratch drawing of a stick figure. She remembers finding the same name and drawing as a child, and realizes Diana is real.
Rebecca finds a box of medical records and research in Paul's office. His findings reveal that her mother was admitted to a mental hospital as a child. While there, she befriended a young patient named Diana.
Diana suffered from a severe skin condition that meant she could not go out in sunlight, and was accidentally killed by the hospital staff when they tried an experimental surgery on her under intense light. It was Lights Out that she was evil and was able to "get into people's heads". Diana's father committed suicide after Diana got into his head and influenced him to kill himself.
Rebecca, her boyfriend Bret, and Martin stage an intervention with Sophie about how Sophie is letting Diana haunt them. Sophie becomes irate but secretly asks Rebecca for help, as Diana won't let Sophie go. The group stays the night at Sophie's, intending to get her help in the morning. To avoid an attack from Diana during the night, they rig the house to be as brightly lit as possible.
This proves useless when Diana cuts the power to the neighborhood. She traps Rebecca and Martin in the basement and attempts to kill Bret. Bret escapes and seemingly abandons the others. In the basement, Rebecca finds a black light; when she clearly sees Diana with it, she realizes it's not powerful enough to harm her but she doesn't disappear in it and can get severely hurt if a bright light shines on her while the black light is still shining on her.
Bret returns with two police officers. The officers free Martin and Rebecca from the basement, only to be murdered by Diana afterward. As Bret and Lights Out flee, Lights Out, Rebecca remembers her mother is still in her bedroom. As she climbs the stairs, Diana tells Rebecca that she killed Rebecca's father years ago. As Diana prepares to kill her, Sophie appears with a gun from one of the dead officers. Sophie has realized she is the tether for Diana to exist in the real world, and sacrifices herself to save Rebecca.
As Lights Out body falls, Diana vanishes. After the long night, Bret comforts Martin and Rebecca in an ambulance outside the house, assuring them that Diana is truly gone.
Sandberg, along with his wife Lotta Losten, created the initial short film for a film competition. Although the film did not win the competition, the short soon went viral, leading to Sandberg to be contacted by several agents, to the point where he had to develop a spreadsheet to keep track of them all. Although Wan enjoyed the short, he was hesitant that it could be turned into a feature until Sandberg produced a treatment for the feature-length version. The move to Hollywood was somewhat hectic for the couple, requiring that Losten quit her day job in order to do so.
Once in Hollywood the two were unable to get an apartment due to a lack of credit, forcing them to rent Airbnb on a monthly basis. In JuneGabriel Bateman and Teresa Palmer were cast in the film Lights Out the child and teenager leads. In that same month, Maria Bello was cast in the film as the mother of Bateman and Palmer's characters, alongside Alexander DiPersia as the boyfriend of Palmer's character, Billy Burke as the stepfather of Palmer's character and father of Bateman's character, and Alicia Vela-Bailey as the main antagonist Lights Out were also starring it.
Principal photography for the film began in June in Los Angeles. Special effects of having the ghost appear and disappear were mostly done by using a split-screen technique as also used in the short. Sandberg said "Whenever she's in frame with another character, it's basically just a split screen.
So you shoot it with her and without her. You turn the camera on with her, you turn it off and she walks off, and then you turn it on again. It's super simple, actually.
In the scene when Diana appears in Rebecca's room, James Wan suggested replacing passing car headlights in an early treatment with the flashing neon sign that appears in the final film. Sandberg originally based the character of Rebecca on a real girl that he knew who was suffering from depression, and who was engaging in self-harmwhich is why Rebecca has scars on her arms, but the development of the film made it less about depression and more of a ghost story in which Diana would have been the real person who died and became a ghost.
Wan came up with the idea of making Diana the ghost. Rebecca's boyfriend was also given a twist of being a rocker, but is actually committed and responsible, even driving a safe car like a Volvo. Another twist Sandberg liked was making the imaginary friend for the mother rather than the trope of having the friend be for the child. After hearing concerns from critics that the ending of the film was promoting suicide, Sandberg interviewed with The A.
Club where he said he was distressed about that idea, and wanted to explain his position. He said that he originally wanted to make a film about depression, as he has also suffered from it, and that one of his friends had committed suicide. Diana was not a ghost back then, but during the development of the film, it became more of a horror film. It still retained some themes about depression and mental illness.
He had originally shot a second ending to the film in which Martin becomes depressed and Diana comes back one more time before she is killed. However, test audiences hated that ending, saying that Sophie's sacrifice would have been in vain. The film benefited from being released in the wake of the global success of The Conjuring 2. The site's critical consensus reads, " Lights Out makes skillful use of sturdy genre tropes—and some terrific performances—for an unsettling, fright-filled experience that delivers superior chills without skimping on story.
A clunky script occasionally loosens its grip on the nerves, but chances are Diana will still have you sleeping with the lights on for a good while after leaving the theatre. Test Your Knowledge - and learn some interesting things along the way. Subscribe to America's largest dictionary and get thousands more definitions and advanced search—ad free!
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