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Daughters

Canada 2021
produced by
Avi Federgreen, Laura Tremblay, Marvin Waxman (executive), Gil Hopkins (executive), James Fler (executive), Andrew T. Hunt (executive), Michael Paszt (executive), Ian Malone (executive), Craig David Wallace (executive) for Federgreen Entertainment, Lucky Dime Films
directed by Craig David Wallace
starring Lora Burke, Tessa Kozma, Kristen MacCulloch, Nick Smyth, Colin Paradine, Angel Gallego, Laura Tremblay, Ian Malone, Christina Bryson (voice), Ian Malone (voice)
written by Ian Malone, Craig David Wallace, music by Spencer Creaghan

review by
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After her husband has killed a little girl, Kate (Lora Burke) has moved to the middle of nowhere with her daughter Beth (Tessa Kozma) to start afresh, and them two being placed in the witness protection program should see to it that their past doesn't catch up with them. Thing is, Beth doesn't like her new hometown much, she doesn't understand why her dad isn't around anymore, and why her mum tries to erase his memory from their home, and she also doesn't approve of Hal (Colin Paradine), the local sheriff who seems to have taken a personal interest in Kate - and vice versa. Then one night, a young couple breaks into Kate and Beth's home, and not just any couple but Mary (Kristen MacCulloch) and Lewis (Nick Smyth), the parents of the girl Kate's husband has killed, and they're sure Kate has set up her husband to take the blame for their daughter's dad, and now want the truth for closure - and if Kate doesn't tell them the truth (the "truth" they want to hear that is - they'll use torture to make her talk. However, Kate talking, rather than bringing desired closure, only sets things in motion that lead straight to disaster ...

 

A very tight thriller of the home invasion variety, and one that keeps a very healthy balance between suspense and the more visceral moments the story demands, all the while twisting and turning on a story level without giving the plot twist in the finale away, even if in hindsight the ending perfectly explains everything that has happened before, and why. And a strong and relatable ensemble and a slick directorial effort make this very cool genre entertainment indeed.

 

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