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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 film screened at the Brisbane International Film Festival in 2012. It was screened on Foxtel in Australia on 2013. 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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A fantastic, dark, compelling film with top notch performances
14 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

I absolutely loved this film. I was totally gripped start to finish.

The mix of surreal camera work and character chapters made the horrific subject matter all then more intense and difficult to deal with, as it should be. The story itself suited the surreal elements that reflected the characters states of mind. All of these mixed elements create a bizarre world inside a real one, which enables the viewer to, to some extent, empathize and imagine the kind of horrors that the people these characters are based on must gone through.

Ruth Bradley, who plays Caroline is absolutely astonishing. She switches between creating terror or sympathy and is nothing short of completely convincing.


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