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Sensoria (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Thriller | 22 January 2016 (USA)
Caroline, a woman in her late thirties, has lost everything and is searching for a new beginning. She moves into an old apartment and starts to realize that she is not as alone as she ... See full summary »

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Christian Hallman
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Lanna Ohlsson Lanna Ohlsson ... Caroline Menard (as Lanna Olsson)
Norah Andersen Norah Andersen ... My Jansson
Alida Morberg ... Emma Trelkovski
Rafael Pettersson Rafael Pettersson ... Johan Steiner
Boel Larsson Boel Larsson ... Elsa Ullman
Karin Bertling Karin Bertling ... Vera Brandt
Harald Leander Harald Leander ... Frank Mandel
Linnea Pihl ... The Girl
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Caroline, a woman in her late thirties, has lost everything and is searching for a new beginning. She moves into an old apartment and starts to realize that she is not as alone as she thought she was. Just as she is searching for something new, something old is searching for her. Written by Putte

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Every apartment has a past...

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Sweden

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Swedish

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22 January 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Malmö, Sweden

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Dolby Digital

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Color

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2.39:1
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Swedish apartment life: The Movie
1 August 2018 | by hobbyglitterSee all my reviews

Far from a perfect movie, but it definitely has it's moments. It makes great use of the innate depressing creepiness of every older, crappy apartment building in the country. Every little detail reminds me of some place I've lived (hell, my current place even has a closet door in the hallway that keeps opening, with almost exactly the same wallpaper!) and they are lovingly shot to show them off in all their glory. They are perfectly realistic and in no way exaggerated either. The building definitely feels like a real home.

Some of the dialogue felt pretty unnatural to me, but it definitely nails the uneasy feeling of moving into a new apartment. At it's best moments it reminds me of Dark Water, which it is probably heavily influenced by.


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