Sophie Hartley is convinced that she is being stalked. She becomes increasingly certain that her husband's beautiful co-worker, Mara, wants her children, her husband and her life. But no one believes Sophie. Forced to prove her sanity, Sophie grows increasingly paranoid - but is she imagining things? Sophie becomes completely caught up in her obsession, turning stalker herself - and makes a discovery more frightening than her worst fear.Written by
Emily Blunt makes a good showing this predictable suspense made out of Australia. Susan Sarandon plays a 40-something wife of an architect and mother of 2 small children.
Plagued by artist's block, obsessed with owls and haunted by missing toys, dresses and photos, this scatter-brained artist is convinced that her husband's co-worker has the make on him. Or does he?
Two hours later, you'll know the truth. My suggestion? Fast-forward to midway. You'll figure it out.
Soundtrack is annoying. The beginning sounds like there is moaning through out the house; and it's not the scary kind of moaning. The cinematography was good; direction good; production good; acting good; Susan's casting was just wrong. And screenplay was weak.
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