Psychiatrist Sam Foster has a new patient, Henry Letham, who claims to be suicidal. In trying to diagnose him, Sam visits Henry's prior therapist and also finds Henry's mother -- even though Henry has said that he murdered both of his parents. As reality starts to contradict fact, Sam spirals into an unstable mental state. Then he finds a clue as to how and when Henry may try to kill himself, and races to try to stop him.

A thought-provoking and haunting exploration of how reality and dream-states may combine to form complex interactions. The line between the imagination and reality blurs when an accomplished Psychiatrist takes on a patient that appears to be suicidal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Bill B (ag) wrote: Okay, first things first, this is essentially a re-make of the film District B-13, which also starred one of the leads from this (David Belle) who is paired with Paul Walker here in a race against time to stop a bomb inside a criminally controlled, walled in portion of a major city. I wouldn't have been so annoyed by this turn of events, except that the sequel to the original film played with the same ideas, and now it's simply been reworked into an English language version.I guess I'm just saying while it's watchable and filled with great stunts, you have to wonder what sort of personal hell that the Belle guy is trapped in to have to remake the same film over and over for his entire career?Rental!

Rahul B (ru) wrote: Mountaineering drama at its best !!!

Fong K (ag) wrote: One of the most heartbreaking story ever told about grieving. It is essentially about a father driving his two daughters to their dream destination, a fun fair, while he musters enough courage to tell the girls that their mother has just died in the Gulf War. Clint Eastwood composes his signature soundtrack that can move tears just by listening to the album.

Simon D (au) wrote: Well that was the longest film I've ever seen and ever will see, probably. Was it worth it? sorry but no. It wasn't particularly painful as I quite enjoyed the cinematography and the Hungarian language interests me more than any other, it was just that, in seven and a half hours they could really have put across a detailed story, this was nothing of the sort. It was a very simple story which could have been told in half an hour. I am not so much into art that I appreciate the lingering scenes of mud and dirt etc. I also could not watch the scenes where the girl tortured her cat, that was unforgiveable, a disgrace in whichever culture.

Janine J (ag) wrote: I used to love this movie as a kid... but I don't remember very much of it.

Danny R (kr) wrote: A riveting suspense thriller about a New Orleans homicide detective named Wes Block, played by Clint Eastwood in a remarkable performance who goes off the sexual deep end when is wife leaves him, as he explores the darker side of sexuality, at same time a sadistic serial killer is terrorizing the city with string of sex murders, Eastwood finds he has much common with the psychotic he is pursuing, two men on opposing sides of the law with the same taste in sleaze sex. Expert supporting performances from Genevieve Bujold, Dan Hedaya, Jenny Beck, and Alison Eastwood. A well-crafted, exciting thriller that is brilliantly written and directed by Eastwood's protegee Richard Tuggle. Highly Recommended.

Ivn L (mx) wrote: Frank Capra con su ligero estilo de comedias romaticas logra al igual que Chaplin mostrarnos las dos caras de la sociedad : la codiciosa y la hambrienta .

Michael D (fr) wrote: I love this movie mostly because I saw it when I was a teenager and had a thing for Jennifer Tilly. It's a feel good movie at the end, so it has that going for it.

Nancy H (us) wrote: First horror flick in a long time that lingered with me, really messes with your head.

Brandon G (ag) wrote: Rita gets the movie an extra 1/2 star.