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Judith

Not good

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Melanie

This wasn't a terrible film. Just a bit slow for my taste.

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Leanne

I liked this film, it slowly built to its last reveal. A progressive unveiling of the unconscious mind. Although somewhat predictable, it was suspenseful.

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Chris

Painfully slow. Poorly written. Nothing "thrilling" about it. I want my two hours back.

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Felix

Really a good film

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Sevasti

Abbie Cornish was wonderful. Loved this movie. One of the best thrillers I have seen in a long time..

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