Drama • R • 2002 • 1 hr 38 min
A depressing psychological drama with an unreliable narrator. Great performances add to the disturbing nature of the film. Very complex film
Unexpected ending that made me feel dirty after
Not one of Cronenberg's best, but that's not saying a lot. It's still a good film with a fine performance by Ralph Fiennes.
A puzzle- like film that puts you inside the main character’s head and makes you question your own sanity and what is reality. Go watch it.
Ralph Fiennes is great, and saves the movie from being meh. Story doesn't always make sense and drags at times but is worth a watch
Engaging performance from Ralph Fiennes. A sad little character study, but lacking in spiders.
Not appreciated enough, it is not a film for everyone, it is slow and maybe boring for some, but it is the reality of mental illness,amazing
This is an excellent movie. I have watched it a few times. It moves a little slowly, but it fits in with main character's personality.
Not so good, just meh. Maybe it could be better than....
Amazing how Cronenberg can get Fiennes to grow two more sets of limbs.
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