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Plot: Two sisters are trapped under the fiberglass cover of an Olympic sized public pool and must brave the cold and each other to survive the harrowing night.
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Accept what you get
A ok movie with a low budget shot with in 14 days totally deserve a watch with the budget, you should accept what u will get. Whats the message every movie has its own message they blended some life problems with the plot yea it shows us when humans goes through their hardest situations they do whatever they can even if they dont like each other they dont got a choice they work together, they confess to each other what wrong things they have done, when they survive situations they treat each other with love after they went through things and feel more than before for each other, the main idea was getting a lesson from wrong doing things and making humans change. the acting performance was perfect and everything else. You get drama and thriller moments. But didnt feel the characters much and didnt feel much thriller. 6/10⭐
A thriller with true depth
This tense contained thriller directed by Matt Eskandari finds its real depth in character development as well as its simple but diabolical premise.
Trapped in an indoor public pool after the cover has been locked in place over a holiday weekend, two estranged sisters desperately cling to each other for survival, at the mercy of an unknown tormentor. Think about it: how long could you survive if you had to float with no food, no rest, and no heat, clad only in a bathing suit?
The “good” older sister Bree projects a strength and vulnerability that at first leads the viewer to think she will be the key to their survival, but as her condition worsens (she’s diabetic) it is black sheep Jonna who has to somehow find it in herself to step up to the plate and fight back against their circumstances, using skills she most likely learned in places her sister has never been.
And here is the real star of the film: the performances between the two lead actors as they dissect not only their environment for means of escape but their entire relationship as they face possible death. There are conflicts and confessions, and writers Eskandari and Michael Hultquist skillfully play out not only each beat of suspense but the breaking and making of the precious and perilous bonds only siblings know.
Tobin Bell’s role is little more than a cameo and it is dispensed of early, so the real villain is Clara, a larcenous attendant fired just before the action begins. She doesn’t show up until well into the film, but Diane Farr’s haunting, taunting presence is what gives “12 Feet Deep” its memorable antagonist. Like Tobin Bell’s Jigsaw, Clara is not there just to kill, but to teach a lesson in how precious life and loved ones are.
Thanks to excellent underwater cinematography by Byron Werner–the camera roams the pool’s confines like the belly of an enormous whale–and a suspenseful score by Todd Haberman, “12 Feet Deep” steers clear of clichés and easy outs all the way to its satisfying end.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 25 min (85 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Horror, Thriller
Director Matt Eskandari
Writer Matt Eskandari, Michael Hultquist
Actors Nora-Jane Noone, Alexandra Park, Diane Farr, Christian Kain Blackburn
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix N/A
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1 (Blu-ray release), 2.35 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
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Printed Film Format N/A