A man with the ability to enter people’s memories takes on the case of a brilliant, troubled sixteen-year-old girl to determine whether she is a sociopath or a victim of trauma.
Cast & Crew:
Mark Strong – John Washington Saskia Reeves – Michelle Greene Richard Dillane – Robert Indira Varma – Judith Morrow Noah Taylor – Peter Lundgren Alberto Ammann – Tom Ortega Brian Cox – Sebastian Molly Stein – Daniela Hooper Marc Padró – Intruder Frida Palsson – Anna Washington Aisha Prigann – Marjorie Taissa Farmiga – Anna Greene Sanny van Heteren – Samantha Harris
Director: Jorge Dorado Writers: Guy Holmes, Martha Holmes
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This isn’t usually the type of movie I watch, watching the trailer I thought it leaned more towards horror than a psychological thriller but I was wrong. This was one of those movies that keep you guessing throughout the whole movie and when you think you know what’s going on you don’t.
I would have rated it 5 out of 5 if I didn’t figure out what was going on at the beginning of the movie. The movie is about a mind the is a mind detective, as in he enters peoples minds to bring out memories. There is a 16-year-old girl Anna that decides to go on a hunger strike so her wealthy parents call in the mind detective to help her end her strike. Which to me really didn’t make sense, why have a mind detective for that? Anyway, as he is going through her memories he uncovers a lot more disturbing things, or so you think. Is Anna really letting her see her memories or is she creating fake memories for him?
A couple of things that bothered me was inconsistencies in some of the details. When the detective went to talk to one of Anna’s classmates she said there was no Mousey at their school. But when the detective looked in the yearbook there was a Mousey, it just wasn’t who Anna said it was. Just little details like that, that drives me nuts. Even with that though it’s a really good movie and worth the watch.
Connie Nielsen (Wonder Woman, Justice League, “The Following”) stars in Award-winning director Roberto Andò’s “refreshing suspense thriller” (The Iris) The Confessions, arriving on VOD September 12 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
The Confessions Synopsis:
A G8 meeting is being held at a luxury hotel on the German coast. The world’s most powerful economists are gathered to enact important provisions that will deeply influence the world economy. One of the guests is a mysterious Italian monk, invited by Daniel Roché, the director of the International Monetary Fund. He wants the monk to receive his confession, that night, in secret. The next morning, Roché is found dead…
Toni Servillo – Roberto Salus Daniel Auteuil – Daniel Roché Pierfrancesco Favino – Ministro italiano Moritz Bleibtreu – Mark Klein Connie Nielsen – Claire Seth Marie-Josée Croze – Ministro canadese Lambert Wilson – Kis Richard Sammel – Ministro tedesco
A skilled group of brothers and bank robbers plan a bank heist for ten million dollars at a local bank in downtown Los Angeles. A normal bank job is done in just under three minutes. While at the bank the brothers encounter the most unexpected set up resulting in the death of one of the brothers. The leader and oldest of the brothers, Ren Mason, hires a bounty hunter, Jerry (Tim Park), to investigate and find out who set them up at the bank resulting in interrogations, shootouts, and betrayal. The path leads the brothers to the source behind the mayhem. The brothers consist of Ren Mason, Jesse Mason, and Orion Mason. Gage is the fourth part of the group working with the brothers. Another notable character includes “Fredrick”. An organized crime boss in LA who works alongside the brothers and a wealthy shot caller.