Blu-ray Disc - 2018
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A young woman is involuntarily committed to a mental institution, where she is confronted by her greatest fear, but is it real or a product of her delusion?
"...Claire Foy's image-shattering performance is something you don't want to miss..."--Rolling Stone
"...a well executed cat and mouse game between Sawyer and her stalker that will get pulses pounding, and Foy is so awfully good in the role..."--Toronto Star
"...a low-budget feel that gives the film an added sense of grit, Unsane qualifies as a minor masterpiece."--Newsday
Publisher: [United States] : Bleecker Street, 2018.
Edition: Widescreen ed.
Branch Call Number: BLU-RAY FICTION UNS
Characteristics: 1 Blu-ray (ca. 99 min.)


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Jun 14, 2019



A horrific thriller with many twists and turns that will leave you breathless!


PG, 14+

Jun 05, 2019

So bad. Nothing plausible in this movie.

May 17, 2019

Surprisingly good movie good ending.

Feb 07, 2019

Well written and acted. Better than what I thought it would be.

Jan 25, 2019

This film was surprisingly good and not at all what I expected.

Jan 04, 2019

Puts a new meaning to stalking!!!

Dec 08, 2018

Really liked,

WestSlope_TheaH Nov 01, 2018

Watched this movie without realizing that it's a feature-length film that was shot on an iPhone. Not as outstanding as other Soderbergh films that I have enjoyed, but it's pretty remarkable for that fact alone. I do think the film does a great job of taking a real-life fear and translating it to the screen. The stalker bogeyman is an effective one in the #metoo era. Not for the faint of heart---violent imagery in the second half of the film, although little out-and-out gore.

Oct 23, 2018

Defiantly not an earth shaking film by any means. A bit far fetched but was a bit entertaining. Not once did we think of shutting it off.

Oct 18, 2018

What we have here (apparently) is a work of psychological horror filmed on an iPhone by one of America's more innovative directors, namely Steven Soderburgh. Placed in that particular genre, and alongside other Soderburgh movies, "Unsane" is average at best. The lead Clair Foy does a yeoman job of carrying the story on her shoulders and thus aiding "suspension of belief" in the viewer. Some reviews below refer to the bloody/violent nature of "Unsane" thus making this film not for the faint of heart. An unexpected cameo by Matt Damon adds something to the mix, as well as Juno Temple playing a violent and disposable fellow patient (this viewer recalls her small roll in "Black Mass" where she is strangled by Whitey Bulger played by Johnny Depp. Trashy rolls seem the calling of Ms. Juno). Six and half on IMDb seems a reasonable rating for "Unsane."

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Sep 03, 2018

Telephone conversation near the beginning:

My job is to access and interpret data to produce analytical results. I did that job. Taking your frustration out on me will not alter the results. You're quite within your rights to take your business to another bank. Another analyst may interpret the data more to your liking. But they'd be doing a bad job.
Child-killers gets visits from women who see the good in them. Someone who loves a child-killer might be able to see some good in you. Because no one else fucking could.
By signing this, you've consented to voluntary commitment for 24 hours.
-No. The counselor said the forms were routine.
You signed it.
You say all the right things, David. Or what you think are the right things. Greeting card clichés and romance novel declarations of love. But that's not love. Love is giving yourself over to what someone else wants, even if it goes against everything you believe.

Sep 03, 2018

Well, rationally, I know that this is my neuroses colluding with my imagination to manifest my worst fears. I know that. But I'm not rational. I'm alone in a strange city, and, uh, I never feel safe. Not for one minute. So what do I do? Where do I go? Or maybe I just surrender and accept that this is my life. That doesn't sound like much of a life. No. Not one that I want to keep on living.
The larger the therapeutic index, the safer the drug. The smaller, the more dangerous. That's how I'd see myself spending my final hours. Testing drugs.
-That's pretty specific.
Yeah, well, my dad always said why would you trust someone to do a big job if they can't do a small one?

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