After her father dies, American based Sasha (Natalia Ryumina - Soliders of the Damned) finds out she has been left an old townhouse in Kyiv, Ukraine. Before agreeing to sell the property she decides to go visit it, along with her boyfriend Peter (Nick Wittman - Terminator: Dark Fate). It is while she is staying there that she begins to experience strange goings on, mysterious voices, doors opening and closing on their own, and hallucinations. This leads her to investigate a dark secret from her family's past. Peter meanwhile is getting more and more insistent that Sasha sells the property, something that may be due to the very shady lawyer and heavies hanging around the house, that are impatiently waiting for her to sign the property over to their powerful boss.
Right from the very start I couldn't stand the character of Peter, somehow over the course of the movie he gets more and more odious. I understand he was meant to be a weasel of a man but it wasn't a good first impression to have him front and centre with Sasha. Thankfully their relationship already seems to be rocky. One thing I did think was stupid was at one point he heads out, supposedly for a couple of hours, yet he is gone days. This has caused friction between the couple yet when he does eventually randomly turn back up there is no questioning from Sasha just where he had been, which felt a tad unrealistic. On the surface level Sasha is a better character except when she is present during the supernatural moments, more on that later. In general the plot wasn't bad, I liked how the part about the ghostly happenings seemed unrelated to the creepy men hanging around the house so that you had two plots happening simultaneously but separate to each other.