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Therapy (2016)

Not Rated | | Crime, Horror, Thriller | 17 November 2016 (USA)
Jane and Simon are two young police officers leading a routine investigation following the discovery of hidden video equipment in an abandoned house by a night watchman. But the first ... See full summary »

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Nathan Ambrosioni
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Credited cast:
Nathan Ambrosioni Nathan Ambrosioni ... Sebastien
Thierry Azzopardi Thierry Azzopardi ... The Watchman
Vanessa Azzopardi Vanessa Azzopardi ... Stephanie
Luna Belan Luna Belan ... Olivia
Nathalie Couturier ... Jane
Julien Croquet Julien Croquet ... Steven
Magali Gouyon Magali Gouyon ... Woman
Rémy Jobert Rémy Jobert ... Simon
Fabrice Raspati Fabrice Raspati ... Richard Spencer
Tania Rieu Tania Rieu ... Sam
Sarah Robert Sarah Robert ... Woman in the Armchair
Cédrick Spinassou ... Anthony
Julie Venturelli ... Amanda
Shelley Ward Shelley Ward ... Abigail Parker
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Jane and Simon are two young police officers leading a routine investigation following the discovery of hidden video equipment in an abandoned house by a night watchman. But the first filmed images go well beyond a simple holiday movie. The two investigators realize that they have to move quickly if are to find out what has become of Steven, Stephanie, Olivia, Sam and Sebastien..... before it's too late. Written and directed by Nathan Ambrosioni, with Nathalie Couturier, Luna Miti, Remy Jobert, Vanessa Azzopardi....

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Crime | Horror | Thriller

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Flawed but impressive for a full length student work by a teen
28 December 2019 | by XenoclawSee all my reviews

The criticisms that other reviewers of this film made are definitely fair- it does have a ton of jumps cares, little logic for a large amount of the storyline, and confusing reactions from experienced law enforcement with little development or elaboration on their personal struggles that were introduced. Also, the found footage clips (which are most of the film but not all) don't quite make sense, as it sometimes changes perspective in ways that should not be possible. The police being in a rush to recover damaged footage wouldn't explain this the way it's intended to and it seems like the concept of found footage isn't committed to by the filmmakers. Regardless of this I enjoyed the atmosphere. Criticisms aside, the director and writer is a film student and he created this at only 17 years old, and I've personally not seen a full length film from someone his age that is even half as put together. In my opinion his work is very promising for his age and experience level, and I'd like to see more from him in the future if he takes on some of the criticism that has been presented. If you're interested in seeing a somewhat flawed but decent work from a young director give it a shot.


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France

Language:

French

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17 November 2016 (USA) See more »

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Light House production See more »
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2.39 : 1
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