Split

Split
Split

Year

2016

Duration

117 minutes

Genres

Horror, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Three teenage girls are kidnapped and held captive in a windowless room following a birthday party. Confusion is added to the terror when the captor appears to them in a huge range of different personalities – gay fashion designer, violent psychopath, church going old woman, even a 9 year-old boy. Through the man’s psychiatrist we learn that the condition is Dissociative Identity Disorder and these 23 personas are actually multiple identities that even have different physical conditions. “They” are being controlled by two of their more powerful entities awaiting the imminent arrival of yet another identity known ominously as “the beast”. A claustrophobic, unsettling thriller that takes conventions of the horror genre and twists them into something new.

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15 Classification

Sustained threat, abduction scene.

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