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Big Sky (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller | 14 August 2015 (USA)
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A teen traveling with her mother to a treatment center for her agoraphobia has to fight for their lives against a gunman who attacks them.

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Hazel (Bella Thorne) suffers from a crippling case of agoraphobia. So much so that it causes a rift between her and her mother, Dee (Kyra Sedgwick). Hazel and her mother decide to go on a road trip to a desert facility to help Hazel deal with her fear but when gunmen and brothers Jesse (Frank Grillo) and Pru (Aaron Tveit) attack them, Hazel has to battle her fears so she and her mother can survive. Written by sweetlo

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agoraphobia | See All (1) »

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A new level of fear

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Drama | Thriller

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A cielo abierto  »

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Filming took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico where principal photography began in October 2013. See more »

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Stunning scenery but a very mediocre film.
11 October 2015 | by See all my reviews

This film is rather confusing in the respect that a serious mental health disorder is sort of skirted over and not really addressed in an honest way. The female leads are quite interesting characters, but most of the others are a bit one dimensional and dull - and the acting isn't exactly award winning either. What seems to start as an original and interesting premise, fails to deliver as we follow an ever more bazaar set of circumstances which unfold very slowly before our eyes in what can only be described as a totally unrealistic mess. Slow, boring and at times rather confusing, this tale isn't going to be everyone's 'Cup of Tea' and if you're looking for a realistic interpretation of mental illness or the circumstances the characters find themselves in - prepare for disappointment. Personally, I had high hopes for this title and was annoyed that it missed the opportunity to deliver by a mile.


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