Rabbit

Rabbit

Directed by Luke Shanahan

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When visions of her twin sister Cleo's violent abduction manifest as hallucinations, Maude returns home to face her grieving family in Australia. Once there, the increasingly vivid details surfacing in Maude's nightmares cause her to be convinced that Cleo is still alive. Together with Cleo's fiance and the detective working the case, Maude traces Cleo's movements while discovering that their fates are intrinsically linked.

Guided by visions and nightmares, a young woman searches for her missing twin.

Cast: Adelaide Clemens, Alex Russell, Veerle Baetens

Member Reviews

Wasn’t into it. Actually found it boring

Tina72065
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2 weeks ago

Nothing worthwhile happened. The people responsible for making this need to find different jobs that don't involve movies.

maypullsirup
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1 month ago

Rabbit (2017) follows a woman who suffers from odd visions of her twin sister who disappeared. She peruses these visions to a desolate caravan park. This film didn’t really have an original concept to begin with, but mostly wasn’t engaging or gripping and I was very underwhelmed. Firstly, the sound design was way too abrupt, messy and got obnoxious really quickly. The mixing was very poor, I found myself having to switch up the volume when characters were speaking and then quickly switch it down when the score played which was a massive distraction. The characters weren’t set up well and no performances stood out to me as the acting was somewhat basic. However, I do respect the main actress for playing both twins as that can’t have been easy. The visuals and cinematography were fairly average and I feel like the film really needed to experiment with these elements as it could’ve improved it a LOT. The movie just wasn’t artistic enough to work as a slow-burn as there was absolutely nothing for the viewer to pay attention to. But, the vision scenes, although not long, were eerie and showed potential. Lastly, this takes us on to the pacing. It was a very slow film, which wouldn’t be too bad however it wasn’t engaging and the sense of mystery wasn’t strong therefore I just didn’t care. There was a serious issue with the pacing and narrative, I had no idea what was going on through most of the film. It dragged and lost me quickly, with no satisfying payoff.

Beck22
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2 months ago

It kind of reminded me of Martyrs, but not written as well or executed correctly. It didn't make me feel uneasy like I had hoped.

Diepretty
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2 months ago

no real ending. slow burn. so many things never answered. A true sign of poor writing.

SqtNOOB
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3 months ago