Stockholm, Pennsylvania (2015) 1080p

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Drama | Thriller
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
99 min
IMDB Rating:
6 / 10 
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Directors: Nikole Beckwith [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Seventeen years after she was abducted by a stranger named Benjamin McKay (Jason Isaacs), twenty-three-year-old Leanne Dargon (Saoirse Ronan), who has been in his captivity all this time, is discovered, and eventually reunited with her biological parents, Marcy (Cynthia Nixon) and Glen Dargon (David Warshofsky), while Ben is now in prison charged with her kidnapping. Ben was able to hide her locked in his basement all of this time, telling her that he saved her from world destruction, which she would have no reason not to believe. Leanne has no true recollection of her time before Ben, who renamed her "Leia", and thus is the only family she has ever known. Over those seventeen years, Marcy and Glen dealt with the abduction in different ways, Marcy, whose primary focus was and still is Leanne, to the point of never having returned to work. Marcy, Glen, and Leia enter into their reunion with this history. So while Marcy and Glen have a memory of their six-year-old daughter who they want back in a young adult form, Leia only sees in front of her two strangers. Their parent/offspring relationship is thus formal and strained at best. But it takes a turn when Marcy discovers just how much of an attachment Leia still has to Ben, who Marcy only sees as the man who destroyed their family. Marcy goes to extreme measures to get back the "Leanne" she so desperately wants, at the possible expense of everything else in her life. —Huggo


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It's really slow, but I think that's how it should be

I think it was a great movie but it lacked depth. They should have dived deeper into leia's character and her life when she was kidnapped. From the surface, all the kidnapper did wrong is kidnap her, otherwise he raised her quite alright, which is how Leia/Leanne seems to see it but they don't show us enough from her captured time to support that. We're thrown into the story halfway so it's hard to divulge fully into the characters and understand them. The movie seems to lean too much on our preceding knowledge of Stockholm syndrome.

Not the ending itself, but towards the end the story feels rushed, goes against the aura the movie gave out in the first half were they put effort to delicately build the story which I thought was special. The acting was astounding though, especially by Ronan (forgotten how to spell her first name tsss) very believable, feels like it was based on a true story.

Although it could have been, it's not exceptional, but I still think it's a good movie.

Great acting but ya lost me

Great acting but ya lost me. Not enough information was giving about the kidnapper and so we are kind of just thrown into the story. The mother had me hella confused and I don't know what was going through her mind towards the end. THE ENDING IS STUPID!!!!! Like what the hell was the writer trying to suggest. Great acting but ya lost me. I only watched it to support my girl Saoirse Ronan. 5/10; would be lower if the acting was bad.


Leia (Saoirse Ronan) was abducted by stranger Benjamin McKay (Jason Isaacs) at the age of four. She lived in the basement believing the world had ended. After 17 years of isolation, she is reunited with her birth parents (Cynthia Nixon, David Warshofsky). She struggles to acclimate to them who are essentially strangers and even her real name Leanne. Her mother can't leave her by herself and is desperate to connect to her. The marriage is falling apart. Dr. Andrews (Rosalind Chao) is Leia's therapist.

Director Nikole Beckwith strips away any flash or music. The colors are washed out. It is deliberately quiet at times. It leaves the movie feeling dead for the first half. Saoirse is able to maintain interest by her sheer presence. Leia takes a turn around the midpoint. It's a big risk and it becomes bursts of overwrought awkwardness. She needs a connection outside of the situation. The obvious comparison is Room which is more cinematic and has more "life". This is trying to walk down the same path but not as scenic. The two women produce a compelling battle but I'm not sure if it's worthwhile.
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