Celia

Celia

Directed by Ann Turner

An imaginative and somewhat disturbed young girl fantasizes about evil creatures and other oddities to mask her insecurities while growing up in rural Australia.

An imaginative and somewhat disturbed young girl fantasizes about evil creatures and other oddities to mask her insecurities while growing up in rural Australia.

Cast: Rebecca Smart, Nicholas Eadie, Victoria Longley

Member Reviews

This won't be for everyone but I was totally engrossed in it. I loved the story and Rebecca Smart as Celia was perfect! I was going to give it 4 skulls but the more I think about it, this really is a GREAT movie, 5 skulls for Celia! No this movie is not what you are expecting but maybe that is a good thing?

ManmadeM0nster
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1 day ago

it's sad that children pay for the stupidity of adults.

DannyBoy
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1 month ago

Thoroughly enjoyed this film.

Yenz
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1 month ago

A very good movie, although not really a horror film. It is an allegory that serves as a rebuke to sexism, groupthink, and submission to authority. The penultimate scene is quite shocking (don't read any spoilers!), and I thought the ending was very good as well. The actress playing Celia was excellent, and the film does a fine job of portraying the effects of cumulative trauma on the psyche, without ever getting too dark. Watch it and look for the symbolism in it, which still applies to society today.

TamRam
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1 month ago

It was okay 👌 for a movie

LynnLynn
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1 month ago