When a devoted mother and wife begins to experience a series of intensely terrifying visions, she soon begins to question her own sanity in a deeply unsettling psychological thriller from first-time feature filmmaker Ariel Vromen. By day Danika (Marisa Tomei) works at the local bank, and by night she assumes the role of loving family-woman to her husband Randy (Craig Bierko) and their three children Brian (Ridge Canipe), Kurt (Kyle Gallner), and Lauren (Nicki Prian). After experiencing a frighteningly vivid hallucination one day at work, the stressed-out twenty-five year old decides to quit her job and spend more time at home with the family. Though she soon opts to seek the help of a youthful therapist, Danika 's paranoia regarding the safety of her children grows increasingly intense as news stations begin to air a series of gruesome crime stories which all seem to concern the harming of young children. As paranoia rapidly morphs into panic and a series of premonitions leaves the fragile Danika an emotional disaster, the now-hysterical mother does her best to discern whether her continuing visions are the result of a deepening mental illness, or some unknown power from far beyond her realm of comprehension. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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I had to agree with Sarah, Larry and Michael. This movie was very confusing and seem to lack direction. At one point, it was all over the place. There were some moments that never did pull together with the ending. This movie was recommended by a friend because they know I like off-beat movies. This was very off beat. I did find about half of interesting trying to piece it together. It did make you start thinking one way, then you start thinking another. If you like something that if off beat with a strange storyline (to put it mildly), see this. You do know what is going on until the end.