Let Me In

Let Me In
Let Me In

Year

2010

Duration

111 minutes

Genres

Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

It is snowy winter in a small US town and 12-year-old Owen is being harassed by bullies at school, and neglected at home by his divorcing parents. When new neighbour Abby moves in the two lonely outsiders strike up a friendship, with her encouraging him to stick up for himself against his tormenters. But their bond is tested when it becomes clear Abby is no ordinary girl - she's a vampire, and needs blood to live. This horror romance focuses as much on the couple's tender connection as on Abby's gory affliction. It's not quite as atmospheric as the excellent Swedish original Let the Right One In but the scares are all present and correct.

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15 Classification

Contains strong bloody violence, horror and language.

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