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In Her Skin (2009)

R | | Drama, Thriller | 2009 (Australia)
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Tale of a 15-year-old Australian girl who goes missing.

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Mr. Barber
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Mrs. Barber
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David Reid
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Manni
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Ivan
John Butler ...
Busker
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Irene
Diane Craig ...
Joy
Jack Finsterer ...
Patterson
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Gail
Eugene Gilfedder ...
DePyle
Jeremy Sims ...
Mclean
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Drew
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Tale of a 15-year-old Australian girl who goes missing.

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Drama | Thriller

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Rated R for strong disturbing violence, some sexuality, nudity and language | See all certifications »

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The working title for this film, "How to Change in 9 Weeks" can be seen on the cover of the book teenage Caroline is holding as she wakes up to the sound of her father's motorcycle outside See more »

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Although set in 1999, the use of contemporary flat-screen computer monitors and televisions are shown throughout the film, which were not widely in use for nearly another decade. See more »

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15 year old girl goes missing. Parents have to fight to find out what happened to her. Violent , compassionate and ultimately moving.
3 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

wow, one of the best films i've seen in a while.Well acted, compelling, totally draws you in. Didn't know it was based on true events.Why have i not seen this film before now? We see big big stars churning out movies that have no substance or credibility. Absolutely a must see,dropped through the "same old movies that sell" net.Fantastic and understated acting from a very well known older cast. The younger characters, Caroline and Rachelle, were believable and very watchable. The actual murder scene was very disturbing, but you couldn't take your eyes off frightening Caroline, and Rachelle fighting for her life. Brilliant in every sense of the word.


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