The story of “Mr. Harrigan’s Telephone” is about a boy named Craig who develops a friendship with a wealthy elderly neighbor whom he calls Mr. Harrigan. When the neighbor died, a distraught Craig sneaked the man’s phone (which Craig had given him earlier as a gift) into his coat pocket at the funeral, and the phone buried with him. Years later, Craig calls Harrigan’s phone and discovers that not only is the phone’s battery still alive, but what Craig says in the voicemails he left has a dark effect on the real world. . Here is the official summary:
When Craig, a young man living in a small town (Jaeden Martell) befriends Harrigan, an older, reclusive billionaire (Donald Sutherland), the two begin to form an unlikely relationship. for their love of books and reading. But when Mr Harrigan sadly passes away, Craig discovers that not everything is dead and gone and strangely enough, he is able to communicate with his friend from the grave via his iPhone in the super coming-of-age story. This however suggests that certain relationships never exist. lost.
It seems a bit like “The Black Phone”, a kid-centered horror film based on the short story of the same name by King’s son Joe Hill. Or perhaps a better comparison would be the first “It” movie in 2017, or the 1986 “Stand by Me” movie. Stephen King is at his peak when it comes to writing a coming-of-age story. revolves around a dark premise, and that’s exactly what “Mr. Harrigan’s Phone” promises to be.
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