Directed by Sebastian Silva
A vacationing insomniac loses the ability to distinguish dreams from reality while traveling the Chilean countryside with a group of adventurers that includes her best friend and an enigmatic American in this downbeat saga.
In remote Chile, a vacationing young woman begins to mentally unravel; meanwhile, her friends ignore her claim until it's too late.
Cast: Michael Cera, Juno Temple, Emily Browning, Catalina Sandino Moreno
A psychological thriller I think it was quite creepy. The main character is metaphorically screaming for help throughout the majority of the movie but no one will listen. If you don't find the idea of screaming and begging for someone to help you only for people to completely ignore your pleas... well, if you don't find that creepy, then I'm not sure what to tell you.
I thought it was a deep atmosphere and great acting. There is a lot to unpack here but if you are into cinematography and plots that require some thought but can drag at times the ending is heart wrenching and quite accurate to how poorly mental illness can be handled in today's society.
Had higher expectations than the film delivered and was left wanting more but nope here's the end of the movie, that's all you get....no closure and confused about the characters
This is one of the most unsuspecting, TERRIFYING movies EVER. Well, only if you have empathy. This movie is like seeing through the eyes of someone with paranoia and prone to panic attacks. If youre someone who's sensitive to mental disorders, you may need to watch this with someone who can remind you that its just a movie. Everything movie the director makes is good (so far!) definitely recommend Crystal Fairy, as well