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USA 2020
produced by
Nick Grant, Gabriel Grant, Robert Musseman (executive) for Rook Productions, Mal Arista Films
directed by Sean Hardaway
starring Abigail Rose, Kimberley Christann Pember, Brian Kelly, Scot Scurlock, Sarah J. Bartholomew, Justin Ray, Hunter Brosig, Eddie Villareal, Avery Merrifield, Wesley Stewart, Corey Villareal, Cadence Younts, Claire McKinney, Gabriel Grant
written by Alexis Roblan, music by Matt Kinney

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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A woman, Sarah (Abigail Rose), wakes up in a bed in a farmhouse with no recollection how she got there - or she is even. She soon meets Ingrid (Kimberley Christann Pember) and James (Brian Kelly), who claim to be her sister and brother-in-law and assure her a bit too readily that she's just suffering from temporary memory loss, but they're trying to help her regain her memory. Apparently this runs in the family, as Sarah's father (Scot Scurlock) suffers from the same, but is in an advanced state. Ingrid and James seem to be very well equipped when it comes to helping Sarah, as they even have a device for electrical stimulation. But Sarah soon starts to mistrust the two, as their stories just don't fit with the figments of memory she has every now and again, and eventually she has the notion they're not her relatives at all but keep her for illegal experiments, something that's only reinforced by occasional nightly visits by Chloe (Sarah J. Bartholomew), who claims to be Ingrids daughter but insists Sarah is not her aunt. Things get more and more bizarre at the farmhouse, which includes James taking sexual advantage of Sarah, and when things come to a head, Sarah tries to escape - but that's easier said than done when her mind is playing constant tricks on her ...


Now if you're looking for a straightforward thriller following a formula and explaining everything away while going through the motions, then you better not bother with this one. But if you love to be pushed down a rabbit hole, have a predilection for the bizarre and the absurd, and don't mind if things are kept in the unclear in order to tell a fascinating and unusual yet tense story, then this one's definitely for you, as this is a slightly surreal take on the thriller genre, playing with genre conventions and also the audience's expectations regarding these conventions, to sometimes disappoint expectations to an even greater effect without ever losing the moment of suspense in the process. And thanks to a cast that grounds things with very natural performances, this turns out to be a very fascinating, utterly unusual piece of genre cinema.


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