Icelandic auteur Baltasar Kormákur (Contraband, 2 Guns, Everest) directs and stars in this psychological thriller about a father who tries to pull his daughter out of her world of drugs and... See full summary »
Thirty-year-old Hlynur still lives with his mother and spends his days drinking, watching porn and surfing the net while living off unemployment checks. A girl is interested in him, but he ... See full summary »
Hilmir Snær Guðnason,
Hanna María Karlsdóttir
Clara is happily married to a promising lawyer and lives in Paris. After the sudden death of her mother, Clara has to assume responsibility for her younger sister Lily, whose extreme sensitivity makes her vulnerable.
LazyTown is full of colourful characters who have a very negative attitude towards physical activity, healthy food and so on. They prefer to stuff themselves with sweets and watch ... See full summary »
I'm not usually one to write a review for a film I have seen but then again there are very few films i have seen recently that have had much to shout about. Inhale however, needs to be seen! An absolute must for anyone looking to watch a film with depth. It provokes debate and raises ethical issues that any parent could be faced with.
Certain films can be circumstantial with unrealistic story lines but i found myself watching this film thinking i would have done exactly what the lead character did. Furthermore, the subtle way in which the plot evolved and finally reached its climax kept me on the edge of my seat from the minute it started right through to the closing credits.
I love to watch films but there are very few i can recollect without being prompted, Inhale however, has joined the ranks of some of my most memorable films of late.
Its a such a shame it hasn't received the kudos it so deserves. A fantastic film that will be the topic of many water cooler moments for months to come!
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