Separation (2013)

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Separation: Directed by Greg White. With Sarah Manninen, Peter Stebbings, Dmitry Chepovetsky, Al Sapienza. A young couple moves their struggling family to a small town, where a mysterious neighbor becomes a threat to their very existence.

“I watched this on the recommendation of a friend, who saw it promoted on Facebook. Itu0026#39;s so painfully bad, I feel my friend owes me two hours of life. The writing lacks authenticity, the characters are superficial and the direction totally sucks. Each shot is so damn obvious, I feel like director Greg White should have subtitled it with u0026#39;feel shocked nowu0026#39;, u0026#39;feel sympathy nowu0026#39;. The brooding male lead has some good moments, but frankly, the script is so weak he never stops being two-dimensional.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eCheap camera work.. how many significant close-ups on inanimate objects can one person tolerate? Skip it and rent u0026#39;Basic Instinctu0026#39; or u0026#39;Sevenu0026#39;. These films have a similar tension, but they are done with far more imagination, better camera work and more believable characters.”

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