Unsane (2018) 1080p

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Genres:
Horror | Thriller
Resolution:
1680*1072
Size:
1.57G
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
Language:
English 2.0  
Run Time:
98 min
IMDB Rating:
6.8 / 10 
MPR:
R
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Directors: Steven Soderbergh [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A young woman is involuntarily committed to a mental institution, where she is confronted by her greatest fear--but is it real or a product of her delusion?

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Reviews

A claustrophobic and stressful experience, but amazing all the same

A woman is involuntarily sent to a hostile psychiatric ward after admitting suicidal thoughts over a lengthy stalking ordeal, only to (maybe?) see him in the hospital.

The unique selling point of Unsane, widely known by those who've at least heard of it, is that it was entirely shot on an iPhone. Directed by Steven Soderbergh (of Erin Brockovich, Ocean's 11/ 12 & 13, Magic Mike and Logan Lucky fame), Unsane was brought to theatres for a paltry $1.2m budget and makes an impact with every buck.

It follows the trials of an innocent women (played brilliantly by Claire Foy, the best thing in a great film) held against her will in a psychological ward after admitting suicidal thoughts following a prolonged stalking incident, only to find that her creepy admirer may (or may not) have got himself a job in the hospital to be with her. Her ordeal escalates as she tries to convince the nurses and senior hospital staff that she's not safe only to be constantly ignored or disproven with bureaucracy and paperwork. It's infuriating and the most stressed I've been in a cinema in years, but it's brilliant.

The slow, haunting and unnerving music is reminiscent of The Shining, and the setting - a series of small clinical rooms along a series of long, narrow and repetitive corridors - stifles and disorientates the audience. Meanwhile, the camera's tight aspect ratio and muted colour scheme enhances the claustrophobia. All of this, alongside the frustrating bonds of signatures and consent forms (as well as her often-applied physical manacles) lays the building blocks of a tense thriller which kind of loses its way in the final 15 minutes before bringing it back for a satisfying ending.

It speaks greatly and powerfully to the abuse of authority and trust among strangers, the unaccountability of big business and the real-life dangers of gaslighting - an underhanded form of mental abuse in which someone is psychologically manipulated into doubting their own beliefs, memory or sanity. If, like me, you get triggered by stories of false imprisonment, then by watching Unsane you're in real danger of giving yourself an aneurism ... but you'll still get a thrill out of it all the same.

Best Quote: "Your life slips away from you, you know? Changing your phone number and your email becomes normal. Taking out a restraining order, normal. Relocating to another city, normal."

Read this first b4 see this movie

This movie is totally wast of your time ,Believe me , the Casting , the drama , the dialog contexts , and other stuff are not meant to be worth to be on movie , the Acting is soooo boring that u can go eat sandwich and return and you wont miss a scene ,Im a big fan of Horror and thriller movies and games ,and this 30 minutes i watched from it, i blamed myself alot for wasting this time on such thing "I can't give a title of this movie other than ""thing"" "

It's looks like rubbish, it usually is rubbish

I'll keep this simple. The acting, scriptwriting and camera and sound work all go together....in the bin. The camera work is iphone level, so is the acting and everything else about this film.

There's a reason why films use a variety of lenses and after about 2 minutes of this film something starts grating and you intially don't twig but then you realise it's the fact that film is using the same view over and over and over again.W I D E A N G L E....ALL THE TIME. Add this to the terribly wooden acting by everyone involved with tinny sound and it's just torturous.

The saddest part is this is sitting at 6.8 whilst something like Texas Chainsaw Massacre is a 7.5. IMDB ratings literally mean nothing anymore.
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