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Don't Breathe

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02 Sep, 2016 1 hr 31 mins A
Jane Levy, Stephen Lang, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto, Jane May Graves, Sergej Onopko, Katia Bokor, Jon Donahue
Jane Levy, Stephen Lang, Dylan Minnette, Daniel Zovatto, Jane May Graves, Sergej Onopko, Katia Bokor, Jon Donahue
Fede Alvarez
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Right from the opening frame, ​​Don’t Breathe gets into the heart of things with an ominous scene that looks straight out of a nightmare.
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Story: Three teenage thieves - Rocky (Levy), Money (Zovatto) and Alex (Minnette) - desperate to make enough money and leave for a better life in California, break into the house of a blind Army veteran Norman Nordstrom (Lang). They received a tip off that he has a stash of more than $300,000 hidden away and thereby, with this dough, they will be able to fulfill their dreams. But things start to go wrong for them very, very quickly.
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Review: Right from the opening frame, Don't Breathe gets into the heart of things with an ominous scene that looks straight out of a nightmare, but yet , is real-world enough. As for the rest of the movie, imagine a twisted version of Panic Room (where Jodie Foster rocked) and a very scary home-invasion story where it's no big deal breaking into the house, but the heart-in-your-mouth factor comes from the fact that the three cannot get out.

Rocky is a free-spirited girl who has the most ambition of the lot. Oh, and she loves shoes. Money is the tough-talking hooligan and Alex is the baby-faced cautious one, also the smartest of the trio. What makes this film different is that it is largely devoid of jump scares that have become a Hollywood horror cliche. To give you an idea of the atmosphere, remember Silence of the Lambs? The terror that Clarice felt when she's in pitch darkness, battling a deranged psychotic? Well ramp that up by a factor of ten. Although Lang is blind, he is nonetheless very strong and his sense of smell and hearing compensates, ironically, giving him an advantage in the dark over the three who have all their faculties functioning fine.

Giving the movie a tight, gripping feel is the superb tracking camerawork (courtesy cinematographer Pedro Luque), especially in the parts that take place in Nordstrom's basement. And they also stumble upon a secret that The Blind Man has kept hidden from any prying eyes. Enough said about that ! Suffice to say that within the first few minutes of the movie, you'll find out why it's called Don't Breathe. It's fantastic. Go watch it.
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