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Horror Movie - There is a scene where a father haunted at his home by his dead daughter wearing dripping wet swimsuit

The daughter's age is around elementary school age. Possibly the story is that the daughter died by drowning while swimming with his father.

Not so sure things that I remember:

- In that haunted scene, the father is not surprised/scared that He's haunted by the ghost of his daughter.

- The haunted scene takes place in TV area/living room.
asked Feb 24, 2016 in Name That Movie by Baiiu (1 point)
Don't Look Now

The daughter is not in a swim suit, but in a red raincoat.

A married couple grieving the recent death of their little daughter are in Venice when they encounter two elderly sisters, one of whom is psychic and brings a warning from beyond.
A man is haunted by his stepdaughter in this one:
"Death Dreams" (1991 TV movie)

From IMDb review: Crista Westfield (Marg Helgenberger) is the wife of Wall Street investment broker George (Christopher Reeve) living in Connecticut with Jennie (Taylor Fry), the 7-year-old daughter from Crista's first marriage. When Jennie is found drowned in the pond near their house, everyone assumes that it is an accident. After Crista has a car crash in which she is clinically dead for six minutes, she begins to have visions of Jennie. Dissatisfied with the doctors George takes her to, Crista seeks out Dr. Margaret Neuberger (Fionnula Flanagan) in New York, who helps her discover what really happened.

As I recall, the ghost appears to her stepfather later.