U.K. filmmaker Marc Evans directs the psychological thriller Trauma, produced for the Ministry of Fear division of Little Bird Productions. Colin Firth stars as Ben, a man who wakes up from a coma to discover his wife, Elisa (Naomie Harris), has been killed in a car crash. He tries to start a new life on his own, but he's haunted by images of his wife and strange happenings in his apartment. Having no family connections left, he reunites with old friend Tommy (Tommy Flanagan). He also makes friends with neighbor Charlotte (Mena Suvari), who takes him to psychic Petra (Brenda Fricker). Trauma premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2004. ~ Andrea LeVasseur, Rovi
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The movie was confusing up until the end - but that was it's purpose. We were meant to be confused. The main character was in a state of amnesia and the director wanted the audience to see what was happening through his eyes. It fell into place at the end. It wasn't a bad flick just a different type of direction which made you really pay attention to what was happening to the main character.
Someone should burn this movie and then no one will ever have to suffer through this horrible 1 hour and 34 minutes of pure hell. I did not--after 15 minutes I realized this movie is awful--actually one of the worst ever made/seen. Checked reviews online and this confirmed my suspiscions (not a single positive review out of 17). I should have checked reviews before renting this movie. Lesson learned.