A psychologist is gradually broken down to the point of no return in his life; but was it his work or his past that sends him over the edge, to do the most unthinkable things. All of this happens to him in the middle of chaos breaking out during the London riots.
Hayley J Williams
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(at around 51 mins) When Leslie walks Sarah into the bedroom and to the bed, through the bedroom doorway you can see a person's arm holding Buster(the dog)until his cue to enter the room behind the two women. See more »
A baby coos during the final seconds of the credits. See more »
Other positive reviews actually made me want to watch the movie. Acting wasn't good, but it wasn't the worst either. I actually thought the slow pace of the movie gave it the suspense it needs, but when I realized about half hour from end of the movie was the deal really was, it was a let down. I give it 3 just for the first half of the movie which isn't so bad, because I kept waiting to find out what the "twist" is. The "twist" positive reviewers refer to isn't just a twist after all, not like "Jacob's Ladder" (Tim Robbins) or "The Others" (Nicole Kidman), far far far better thrillers/supernatural movies. If you got plenty of time and wanna kill it and you have a Netflix account, by all means watch it. But if you don't watch it, you're not missing anything.
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