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Expecting their first baby, Kate and Justin live a peaceful life in their little terrace house in London. However, when a cryptic new couple, Jon and Theresa--who is also expecting--move into the flat below, conflicting emotions will stain the welcome dinner and the relationship between the two pregnant women. Do Kate and Justin know their enigmatic new neighbours? Who are really the ones below?Written by
I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. In the first 20 mins of the film, I was wondering what was up with the weirdness of it all. I just felt weird watching it, but it was a good kind of weird. The two female actors stole all of the scenes. They were fantastic. About halfway into the movie, I was wondering what was going to happen. I felt so inclined to skip to the end to see because sometimes I'd rather not wait. It was so intense, but I stuck it out and I was not disappointed. Great film. The movie overall was unsettling and dismal, but I liked the feel of it. Psychological dramas are my favorite. I would definitely watch The Ones Below again in the near future and it is definitely recommended.
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