Directed by Jake Mahaffy
A pregnant woman returns to her old family home to spend time with her estranged mother. What begins as a tenuous reunion slowly turns terrifying.A psychological thriller that preys upon perception, Reunion sees veteran actress Julia Ormond deliver a tour-de-force performance of threateningly quiet intensity and features a twisty narrative that will burrow itself into the darkest corners of your mind.
A pregnant woman returns to her family home to spend time with her estranged mother. What begins as a reunion turns terrifying.
Cast: Julia Ormond, Emma Draper, Cohen Holloway, Ava Keane, Gina Laverty, John Bach
Boring, didn’t go anywhere.
Really solid, creepy, and claustrophobic piece about familial resentment and how we remember things. Like a lot of these movies, holds up pretty well until the end where it just kind of ends up like a fever dream that's meant to shock more than anything. Probably intentionally surreal to disorient you, but honestly that took away from what could have just been an fun exercise in discomfort.
It made sense until the end. Too much jumping around. What was real and what wasn't?
Twisted family secrets...there is a strength for every flaw in this film, and even though I hated every character and thought they were insane I liked the movie.
meh not very good