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Feed (2017)

PG-13 | | Drama | 18 July 2017 (USA)
Olivia and Matthew Grey are 18-year-old twins born into a world of privilege and high expectations. There are almost no boundaries between them; even their dreams are connected.

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Olivia
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Matt
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Julian
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Tom
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Samantha
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Casey
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Hospital Patient
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Party Girl
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Young Olivia
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School Girl
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Mr. Brack
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Kate
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Young Matt
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Mr. Brack's Secretary
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Harvey
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Olivia (Troian Bellisario) and Matthew Grey (Tom Felton), are 18-year-old twins born into a world of privilege and high expectations. There are almost no boundaries between them; even their dreams are connected. As the twins prepare for their last year of school together, an unexpected tragedy splits them apart, leaving the one survivor to learn how to live without their other half - or test how far they are willing to go to bring them back.

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Rated PG-13 for disturbing thematic material, sexual content, language and drinking - all involving teens | See all certifications »
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Trivia

Troian Bellisario and Tom Felton who portray teenagers in this film are actually in their early thirties in real life. See more »

Goofs

When Tom Felton's character Matt is using two pens to tap on a table while Spencer Hasting's character Olivia is talking to her science teacher, the blue pen starts in his right hand and the black pen starts in his left hand, but when the scene cuts back to Matt, the pens have swapped the hand they were held in. See more »

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Priest: Death is not something we like to think about, but without death, we have no context, and if we have no context, we have no meaning.
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A film of truth
20 July 2017 | by See all my reviews

I have to say, as an aspiring writer who has been failed by society and its twisted way of diminishing mental health, I am in complete awe. I knew Troian and Tom were something but this is beyond. Rarely have I seen movies that depict mental health from a place that is so real. Rarely have I seen movies that show the ugly as beautifully as Feed does. I knew of Troian's history with mental health from what she has mentioned in interviews but honestly had I not known, after watching Feed, I would still know. There seems to be an authenticity to art when it comes from experience. There is a truth that however long you study a case, you can never truly understand and portray have you not lived through it yourself. I know too much how tough writing about certain things can be and that is also probably why I am so touched by Feed. Troian, you did all of this so courageously and I personally thank you for it. Tommy, your directing is so unique and delicate, I look forward to seeing more features of yours. Also, props to Jennifer Vecchiarello for the editing. I can oddly tell that this film was made for good reasons, and that makes it earn so many points.


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