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Businesswoman Sawyer Valentini has recently moved from Boston to Pennsylvania to escape an ex-boyfriend who has been stalking her for the past two years. Still fearing for her safety, she enrols in a program designed to provide support for victims of stalking. But Sawyer has in fact unwillingly signed up to be committed to a mental institution that prohibits contact with the outside world. Imprisoned against her will, Sawyer finds herself battling her internal demons and becoming convinced that a member of staff is her stalker, placing her in a battle to stay alive. An intense thriller from acclaimed director Steven Soderbergh, shot entirely on an iPhone.
Legendary adaptation of the Ken Kesey novel, in which Randall P. McMurphy fakes insanity in order to avoid a spell in prison.
16+ years 134 mins
Powerful drama based on the true experiences of writer Susan Kaysen, who enters a mental institution following an overdose.
14+ years 127 mins
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Also in cinemas are Chinese animation 'Have a Nice Day', documentary 'Westwood' and thriller 'Unsane', with 'Film Stars Don't Die in Liverpool' released on DVD.
Reading time 3 mins
We delve into five of the most significant phone made films and the fascinating stories behind their creation. Could you and your phone make the next one?
Reading time 10 mins
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