The Tall Man
Directed by Pascal Laugier
A nurse must protect her son from a mysterious man who has been kidnapping children in her town. They call him the "Tall Man" and for years children of a certain age have been disappearing from the poor mountain village where Julia (Jessica Biehl) lives. But when her child is taken, Julia decides to fight back. French director Pascal Laugier abandons the gore of his grisly debut MARTYRS, focusing instead on raw, nail biting suspense and terrifying twists you definitely won't see coming. Who is the Tall Man - and what does he really do with those kids?
A nurse must protect her son from a mysterious man who has been kidnapping children.
Cast: Jessica Biel, Jodelle Ferland, William B. Davis, Stephen McHattie
Interesting, but preachy
Loved this movie. Town setting was appropriate for the plot of the movie. A little slow to get into. Great acting, good film location, editing. Very believable movie, although not a horror movie. Did not expect how it twisted and the ultimate ending. Left me at the end thinking and tying up all the ends end my head. Makes you think that this probably happens in real life. Don't want to go into details and spoil it for anyone. I would probably watch it again. Definitely worth a watch. Don't understand all the bad reviews unless people were looking for guts and gore. Definitely won't get it in this one.
Good movie.....for background noise while your cleaning. Didn’t keep my interest got up and started doing other things while it was playing.
Interesting concept... for a book. The movie was very circular in the story telling. I don't recommend this one.