Is she or isn’t she?.
Joshua Leonard, Claire Foy, Sarah Stiles, Marc Kudisch, Amy Irving, Colin Woodell, Myra Lucretia Taylor
|Screenplay||Jonathan Bernstein, James Greer|
|Produced by||Extension 765, New Regency Pictures, Regency Enterprises|
|Language||The material contains strong impact crude frequent language used in a demeaning context and used as an expression of frustration and would be distasteful, sensitive, threatening and morally harmful for children under 16.|
|Violence||The material contains strong impact, frequent, emotional and psychological realistic violence|
|Drug abuse||None (sic)|
|Comments||The film contains scenes of horror.|
The material contains complex and mature suspense, psychological and emotional themes of being stalked, mental illness, fear, asylum, police investigation, fighting for justice, forced love, torture, obsessive behaviour, friendship, assault, murder, wrong diagnosis, kidnapping and going through frustration. Themes expose psychotic and mentally unstable behaviours of individuals who become extremely dangerous for their own selfish reasons that lead to forceful love, stalking and obsessive behaviour that ends up hurting other individuals and causing them pain. Themes are emotional, distressing, psychologically threatening and would be inappropriate for children under the age of 16. The innocent victims who goes through trauma of losing her loved ones, undergoes kidnapping after being stalked and eventually suffers from PTSD. The film is morally harmful.
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|Sex / Nudity
||Blood / Gore / Gross
|Guns / Weapons
||Alcohol / Drugs
||Disrespectful / Bad Attitude
|Frightening / Tense Scenes
||Tense Family Scenes
||Topics to talk about
|Suggested age limit
||Positive role models
||Drinking, drugs, smoking
What the Critics say
Jim Judy Whatever the case and regardless of how I might have tinkered with the script to keep the uncertainty going as long as possible, what’s present works well enough.
Tomatometer Unsane unleashes Steven Soderbergh’s inner B-movie maestro, wading into timeless psychological thriller territory and giving it a high-tech filmmaking spin.
|Movie Review Query Engine|
Michael Ordona Disturbing violence, swearing in Soderbergh thriller.
What the People say
|The Movie DB|
Average .. 65%