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Harm's Way (2010)

Darlene and her daughter Victoria seek refuge at a remote rural safe house for abused women that's run by the strict and tough, but folksy and supportive Bea. Things turn sour when Bea ... See full summary »

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Darlene
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Victoria
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Matty
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Luke (as Daniel Petronijevic)
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Darlene and her daughter Victoria seek refuge at a remote rural safe house for abused women that's run by the strict and tough, but folksy and supportive Bea. Things turn sour when Bea proves to be a total lunatic with an especially dangerous influence on the impressionable Victoria. Written by Woodyanders

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Home Is Where The Harm Is

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12 May 2010 (Argentina)  »

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When Luke comes back to the house the second time looking for Matty, Bea is shown loading her shotgun. The shotgun she has is a break-action, breech loading type. In the next scene when she is shown pointing the gun at Luke you hear the sound of a pump-action shotgun being loaded with a shell. That is not possible with a break-action type shotgun. See more »

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Mediocre at best.
8 May 2008 | by See all my reviews

What Harm's Way is missing is consistency. Some scenes were executed exceptionally well, leaving the viewer on the edge of their seat, while others left me contemplating turning off the television to do laundry. The soundtrack to the film is one of it's major saving graces. In addition to superb the casting of Victoria ( Hannah Lochner ) and Bea ( Kathleen Quinlan ). Both actresses shone in their leading roles. What was disappointing was Ingrid Kavelaars' performance. She has proved herself to be a talented actress, however in this film, she fell a bit short from my expectations. What made the film unbearable to a certain point was the performance of Matty ( played by an actress named Claudia Wit). Wit's performance was astoundingly atrocious, over-done without any ounce of passion. Wit's minor role in the film affected it majorly, and not in a good way. Overall, the film was mediocre at best.


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