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(36405) 6.4 98 min 2018

Unsane is a movie starring Claire Foy, Joshua Leonard, and Jay Pharoah. 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?

Starring
Claire Foy, Joshua Leonard, Juno Temple, Jay Pharoah
Genres
Horror, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Director
Steven Soderbergh

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Horror, Thriller, Drama, Mystery
Director Steven Soderbergh
Writer James Greer, Jonathan Bernstein
Stars Claire Foy, Joshua Leonard, Juno Temple, Jay Pharoah
Country USA
Also Known As Poremećena, Poremecena, Distúrbio, Perturbada, 瘋人院, Unsane: Ausgeliefert, Nesava, Paranoïa, Dérangée, Niepoczytalna, Tébolyult, Saplantı, アンセイン 狂気の真実
Runtime 1H 38M
Description Sawyer Valentini is naturally clinical in thought which makes her good at her latest job as a data analyst for a bank. That natural way has also led to her not being able to maintain personal relationships, whether it be friends, lovers or family. Even with her mother Angela Valentini, Sawyer has erected barriers, and without telling her as much only discloses information to her on a need to know basis. But what has made Sawyer not want to maintain these personal relationships in losing trust in people is that she was stalked by an admirer, David Strine, he the primary reason she took this analyst job in Pennsylvania to escape from David and her hometown of Boston regardless of the restraining order she has against him. The fact of there being a "David" is something that Sawyer has not told her mother. Sawyer often will imagine others as David, which she knows is irrational but which nonetheless is affecting her negatively. After the latest such incident of imagining someone she meets as David, Sawyer feels the need to speak to a mental health professional, the closest that she is able to find online being at the Highland Creek Behavioral Center. In signing what she is told by the counselor there are standard liability forms, Sawyer discovers what she has actually signed are voluntary 24-hour commitment forms. Her belligerent behavior and other circumstances lead to her commitment period being extended to one week, the maximum under law. In trying to get out of the locked facility among a group of "crazies", Sawyer befriends one other patient, Nate Hoffman, who is in the one month opioid withdrawal program. During this time, Sawyer begins to believe that one of the new night shift orderlies calling himself George Shaw is David. Is this one of her irrational hallucinations or real? Regardless, both "George" and Sawyer's lives and by association the lives of those close to Sawyer are placed at risk as Sawyer deals with this real or imaginary threat in the form of who she believes is David.

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Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 22:53

It's hard to describe how many times I loved this film. It is absolutely unlike anything I've ever seen. First, the music is amazing. It's an amalgamation of orchestral soundscapes and the singer's voice of an American woman who is supposed to be deaf. I heard this at a festival and was blown away. Second, the story is a scary one. Many people are either too good or too bad, or they are simply too crazy. But what I really love about this film is how it illustrates the insanity of the schizophrenic. It's a commentary on how insanity can be destructive and how many people can be affected by it. Finally, the ending is something that will stay with you for a long time. The film starts off with a girl talking to her parents on the phone and then a violent accident occurs, but before she can tell them about it, she cuts her hand off and the ambulance hits her. She collapses, and her parents call for an ambulance, but she does not. The film then cuts to a masked man in a car, trying to drive away and being pursued by a police officer. After a few seconds of intense tension, the police officer lets out a loud, very unnerving scream, and the masked man is killed. The police officer then tells the camera, "I'm sorry." I can't even begin to describe how unnerving this ending is. It is a great message, but I have never heard it used that way before. It's subtle and powerful. After watching this movie, I felt like I had to watch it again and again and again, and to make it perfect, I need to see it again. The acting is wonderful, especially the main character, who is so understated and mysterious, almost as if she is a ghost. I love how she is never afraid to tell people that she's deaf, and to be honest, when she does tell people, they are shocked and horrified by it. I highly recommend this film to anyone who likes horror movies, or the horror genre in general, or if you're looking for an original idea. It's a must see. Rating: 9/10


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