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
I liked the film because of the twist that I didn't see coming, slow burn for sure but I think well done.
Claustrophobic, atmospheric, genuinely scary. The only thing I didn't like was that the ending seemed deliberately obscure. I got the feeling the filmmakers confused "ambiguous ending" with "confusing and unsatisfying ending". I was left with a lot of questions, all of which could have been answered without losing the nightmare-like impression.
Beautiful setwork, excellent acting. Whether you pick up the clues right away or need a second viewing to pick everything up, I recommend at least two viewings.
This movie was great I truly enjoyed it was a little slow in some scenes but I got it in the end