Keywords: #Berlin Syndrome #Berlin Syndrome (2017) #Cate Shortland #Cem Tuncay #Charly Thorn #Emma Bading #Kristina Kostiv #Lucie Aron #Maia Absberg #Malin Steffen #Matthias Habich #Max Riemelt #Morgane Ferru #Teresa Palmer
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May 24, 2017 It's a tolerable exercise that shows Shortland's potentialities in a genre she's probing for the very first time.Read in Source
Washington City Paper
May 26, 2017 The end is a bit anticlimactic, but that's a quibble considering Shortland achieves something rare: making a thriller feel fresh.Read in Source
May 24, 2017 Works against all odds, managing to preserve the sickness of the situation while remaining attentive to the needs of suspense and depths of sophisticated characterization.Read in Source
May 26, 2017 A nasty piece of business tarted up with a stylish, high-gloss veneer.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
May 25, 2017 Telling the story of a psychopath and his sex-slave, the film balances the clinical and visceral.Read in Source
May 25, 2017 We start to feel like we're drowning in atmosphere, and it gets harder and harder to stay interested in what happens next.Read in Source
May 26, 2017 This stylish cautionary tale about foreigners in strange lands manages to generate consistent suspense within an intriguing moral framework while avoiding genre pitfalls.Read in Source
New York Times
May 25, 2017 The movie identifies Ms. Shortland as a talent to watch. And it should constitute some kind of breakthrough for Ms. Palmer, who has not been given much of interest to do since she arrived in Hollywood a little over a decade ago.Read in Source
May 26, 2017 Australian director Cate Shortland creates a dreamlike sense of place within a nightmare scenario with this taut and strongly acted thriller.Read in Source
May 25, 2017 Berlin Syndrome might look on the surface like a polished B-movie, a crafty and violent tale of a woman in captivity; but it's also the rare psychological thriller that feels not just taut and gripping, but genuinely exploratory.Read in Source
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May 25, 2017 Berlin Syndrome is a discomforting psychological thriller. It's discomforting in an effective way ... As for the psychology, it skimps perhaps a bit too much.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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