I Still See You is a classic GU story, and while overall it’s a pretty mediocre movie, it does have a somewhat interesting premise that sets it apart just a little.

Ronnie, a teenager, lives in a world adjusting from a strange and devastating event 10 years prior, when some kind of scientific experiment went awry and killed millions… leaving impressions of those killed to constantly recur in certain spots on a repeating loop. They call these ghost images “rems” (for remnants). Ronnie’s own father is a rem, appearing regularly at the breakfast table, a painful reminder of his absence in her life.

In this world, just seeing a ghost is not enough to qualify as unusual or scary – but Ronnie has been noticing new rems, which is supposedly impossible, and one of them appears to be threatening her.

Guided by a helpful teacher and assisted by the “weird kid” in school, she discovers the story behind this malevolent ghost and embarks on a dangerous journey into the forbidden zone (the radius around the original accident) to find some answers. There is an initial hint of betrayal by a companion, and then a much worse one that reveals a feint as to the identity of the Adversary. Nothing is what it seems in this world filled with ghosts, and ultimately Ronnie is left to fight her Adversary on her own.