Drama / Horror

IMDb Rating 6.1 10 233

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March 26, 2021 at 06:13 AM


Anna Maguire as Greta
986.11 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 47 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Also_Kiki 4 / 10

I really wanted to like this film.

When I saw Violation at TIFF earlier this year, the passion from the creators was more than evident, with their capabilities being well showcased in the short films created in the past 13 years or so. A lot of those technical capabilities can be found here, made more impressive by the film's small budget. It features a solid performance from Madeline Sims-Fewer in the lead role, some fantastic color choices, and impressive practical effects. However, where this film falls flat in my opinion is in the content of its story. The film has a solid concept at its core, and naturally warrants a slower pace; but unfortunately does not make good use of its time. Between long conversation scenes adding little to the story, and intense scenes progressively becoming sluggish, the hour and 40 minute runtime of the film ultimately feels unwarranted, and often padded. I would love to see more from the directors, as they are clearly very talented, but Violation unfortunately left me feeling disappointed.

Reviewed by kearstenjohansson 10 / 10


Let's start with the stunning performance by Madeleine Sims-Fewer. She was vulnerable, completely grounded and every moment was inspired, we were with her character at every step of her journey. Through the laughs, the tears and all the sorrow, we felt it with her. The dialogue was organic, it felt like we were dropped into the middle of their lives and conversations without the use of expositional dialogue, the writers were able to let the narrative unfold in a way that respected the intelligence of a modern day audience. Everything was clear without feeling like we were spoon-fed any information. Lastly the message of this film is one that needs to be told and heard far and wide. This story has a million versions from real women around the world... not every villain wears a mask, they sit next to you at the office, on the subway, at Thanksgiving dinner... some of them are even living in our homes, sleeping in our beds...

Reviewed by ferguson-6 6 / 10

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SXSW 2021 Greetings again from the darkness. Not just another rape-revenge thriller, this film from co-writers and co-directors Dusty Manicinelli and Madeleine Sims-Fewer is one of the most brutal and unforgiving films I've seen in a while. Emotional pain, regret, bitterness, and compromise worm through every scene and every character.

It begins as a cabin in the woods story. Miriam (co-director Sims-Fewer) and Caleb (Obi Abili) have a strained relationship that appears headed towards a breaking point. They are meeting up with Miriam's sister Greta (Anna Maguire) and her husband Dylan (Jesse LaVercombe) at his family cabin. There is an underlying tension that prevents the four from every being at ease with each other, though we only get bits and pieces at a time. To further force our concentration, the story is told in non-linear fashion, making it important to focus on hairstyles and details.

One evening by the campfire turns into a turning point in the film and acts as the before and after point. A primal and brutally violent sequence takes up close to half of the film, and it's unlike anything I've previously seen on screen. The practical effects are next level, and Ms. Sims-Fewer is absolutely terrific throughout. A chilling use of music accompanies an odd combination of wolf-rabbit-psychopath, and the filmmakers use shots of nature as connective tissue in a world where sometimes we are the wolf and sometimes the rabbit. Certainly not a film for mass audiences, but it will surely find an appreciative following.

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