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This tense psychological thriller tells the story of a woman unable to conceive a child with her husband, despite 15 months of trying. In a desperate and drunken mistake, she sleeps with a young stranger. Determined to prove his paternity, his intentions soon become terrifyingly psychotic and the young woman finds herself at the center of a psychological and brutally physical battle which she must win if she is to survive and have the family she longs for.Written by
I rented this film expecting a good thriller but I almost turned it off after an hour because nothing thrilling had happened! To give it its due, it did improve at that point but, as has been mentioned in other reviews on this site, it was too predictable.
For me, the first hour was dull and could've been condensed to about 10 minutes and the final half an hour didn't do enough to rescue it. It was acted well enough but I didn't believe the relationship between Jessie and Rob - they just didn't seem like a couple (maybe it was their looks, I don't know).
Anyway, I certainly wouldn't recommend this to anyone looking for an "edge of the seat" thriller that'll keep you guessing 'til the end cos they'd be sorely disappointed.
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