A reclusive American composer with an online following has a tentative romance with a beautiful social worker. This offers a glimmer of hope, but his mind fractures as the voices in his ...
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Karen, Sarah, and Emma Tunney are all moving to a small town in Pennsylvania where, unknown to them, in 1913, a horrid mine accident trapped dozens of children alive, underground. But there's a problem. They're still alive.
Chloë Grace Moretz
A reclusive American composer with an online following has a tentative romance with a beautiful social worker. This offers a glimmer of hope, but his mind fractures as the voices in his head grow louder and more destructive.Written by
Avoid bad reviews and critics, great movie for a sat night!
This movie was so cool that I watched it twice the same night, critics should have a drink before watchings movies so they could relax a little.
You get the chance to experience in first person what a schizophrenic probably feels, and it takes you in a one hell of ride, but if you're not open to it, probably you'll start rejecting the whole idea pretty much like critics.
EDM music was cleverly used in the film, Reza Safinia songs created a great atmosphere into this weird trip.
The acting was good for Jake Hoffman, Nikki Reed was OK, the only one I regret for the role was Thomas Dekker.
Probably better than many other in the genre out there.
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