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Birth (2011)

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Ben goes to pick Vivien up at the sanitarium, intent on taking Violet with him. Violet, being a ghost trapped on the property, ends up in her bedroom with Tate. During her outprocessing, Vivien and Ben are told by a doctor about the different sizes of her unborn twins, which is normal, but is warned to take it easy for the remainder of the pregnancy. Vivien is all for getting out of town and moving to Florida. However, while waiting in the car at home for Ben to gather their things and Violet, Vivien begins to have labor pains. Inside, Violet tries to explain to her father that she is dead. Constance ushers Vivien into the Harmon house and goes to get "help" to assist in the delivery. Dr. Charles Montgomery and the 1968 nurses show up for the task. During the labor, Violet is told by Chad that Tate was the one who sired one of the twins, against her mother's will. Meanwhile, Vivien has great difficulty in birthing both babies, losing one to stillbirth while the other causes her to bleed internally. Violet appears beside Ben to comfort her mother and to ask her to "come be with her." Vivien dies. In her room, Violet confronts Tate with all she knows about him, telling him that she loves him but can never forgive him. She screams for him to go away and he does. She, at first, stands all alone, crying, until Vivien appears and comforts her daughter in the afterlife.


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