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"As with both The Wave and The Quake, The Burning Sea is another family-centric nail-biter. This time we follow Sofia as she makes the life-threatening decision to venture back to the location of the spill to save the man she loves, preventing his son from growing up without a father. What ensues is a supremely tense and gripping journey as Sofia rushes to make it back before the oil spill is set alight; the only option to prevent further destruction…
"..there are many scenes that are suitably creepy, with the ominous score helping to ramp up the horror. The finale of the film is also very effective and surprising, going to some rather dark places you’d not expect as Izzy battles between her nature and nurture. The film is expectedly artsy, filled with extreme close-ups and scenes that blend dreams and reality, marking some of the film’s most memorably creepy moments".
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Sean Durkin makes his directorial debut with the psychological thriller Martha Marcy May Marlene. The film received its theatrical release on 3rd February 2012, but premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and won Durkin the Dramatic Directing Award.
Elizabeth Olsen is the star of the film; playing the lead role of Martha/Marcy May. She is a character who has recently escaped the clutches of an evil cult and is attempting to settle herself back in to reality. However, her…