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. Written by
When Sam wakes up in the first scene, there are some of Henry's paintings at the background. See more »
All of the books in the "bookstore" that Dr. Foster visits as he is trying to find Henry have library identification labels on their spines, revealing that the scene was actually shot in a public library (the 58th Street branch of the New York Public library in Manhattan, as it turns out). See more »
this movie is blissful confusion, the acting on Ewan and Ryan's part was amazing, wish we had seen more of Naomi though.. too bad, this movie is full of twist and turns, if anyone has seen "a spiders web", its a little like that, and a touch like Donnie Darko, minus the crazed demon bunny, a truly beautifully shot film,the director, and director of photography,should both be given an awarded for the way it was shot, any one who can appreciate art can appreciate this movie, between the flow shot's, and the fades, it was amazing, and i was in awe, i fully recommend it of you haven't seen it, its worth the price of admission, and will loose a great deal of it's affect on a small screen, or regular TV, again i urge you to go see it while it's still in theaters
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