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Unsane #Movie


AVAILABLE NOW!

RATED R

99 minutes


Academy Award-winning director Steven Soderbergh plunges audiences into the suspense and drama of a resilient woman's fight to reclaim her freedom even as she risks her own sanity. Still scarred from the trauma of being terrorized by a stalker, Sawyer Valentini (Claire Foy, The Crown) receives treatments at the Highland Creek Behavioral Center. However, shortly after she unwittingly commits herself to the mental institution and is unable to leave, she catches sight of a facility staffer who, she is convinced, is actually her stalker. But is he real or a product of her delusion?
Starring Claire Foy.


REVIEW:
Meh.
It was alright, but I know why it wasn't really well publicized in the media. It was a movie that was labeled a horror but in all actuality, it's a physcological thriller. There is not really any bloodshed, except for one guy, but even that is horrible but not horror.
I will say, if you've ever had a stalker, you probably won't want to watch it. It may hit too close to home and bring up all kinds of stuff. The film portrayal of stalking was vivid and that, along with the plot, is what I enjoyed about it.
Claire foy was a good actress in this. She was believable. 
Still it's not winning any awards any time soon.


2/5




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