Sometimes, a house feels like a home. Sometimes, the house feels. In Hill House, between the malignant ghosts and creeping black mold, lived a family whose lives are forever changed by residing within the walls. But even after estrangement, emotional falling outs, denials, drugs, and even death, the Crain family is still connected by a love the house could never touch.
Keep with you Nellie Crain's beautiful soliloquy inscribed on the famous Red Room's door as a reminder of what's truly important in life. Loving others and being loved in return.
I loved you all completely. And you loved me the same. That's all. The rest is confetti.