Once I had finished with this movie, I found a lot of problems with it all. I sadly feel everything else fell short for me. Lastly, the acting is terrible. Release Date: Not Yet Rated 1 hr 25 min Plot Summary Two sisters must survive an entire night trapped beneath the fiberglass cover of a public pool. I mean, the sisters act independently with one another, but they ultimately both add the same thing to the direction of the plot overall.
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The climax is a good culmination of everything else, and the falling action was only slightly okay. So, if you think it's gonna be all underwater tickle fights you are sadly mistaken. It goes to the well often and makes no effort to skimp on the parallels but does so with some effective conviction, mostly from two solid performances from the leads that are if not realistic, exaggerated enough to give it some tension. Film the deep end bercerita tentang seorang wanita bernama bree. The ending of the film also just ends, and the evilest person in the movie gets away. Bree bears actual scar from it, a reminder to both of where they are from. Alexandra Park, Nora-Jane Noone, Diane Farr and Tobin Bell star.
Was there one particular story that influenced this film, or is it an amalgamation of different stories? Filmed in Los Angeles, California, 12 Feet Deep stars Diane Farr, Tobin Bell, and Nora-Jane Noone. I think certain scenes and sequences are fun to watch and even sucks you in at times, but nothing else sticks out. I found that I didn't connect to anything or anyone and this was immediate from the first scene. Nora-Jane Noone from The Descent plays one of the sisters and is the least problematic of the four characters in the film. While the movie has a lot of visual flourishes that make the film look above average on a visual level.
The director is afraid of water and thought about the idea of being trapped, as the girls are in the film. This seems pretty relaxed compared to a lot of those other films that have tried to use this single location as a way of creating unease and tension. So read on for the interview! I love all the classics like The Shining, Halloween, The Others, but also some strange and obscure titles like Eyes Without a Face and The Entity. The movie keeps repeating the same things over again, and we have a villain who tries to play sympathetic, but she's just as bad as the sisters and the nasty pool owner. I decided to tap into that fear and the concept blossomed from there. My co-writer Mike and I researched several different accounts of stories where something similar took place. Plus, the one guy that can make this interesting, Tobin Bell, is in the movie for like the first five minutes…oy.
With 12 Feet Deep, the setting is not the problem here. It's Alexandra Park and Diane Farr who are the two characters who spend most of the film arguing. Their relationship is riddled with jealousy and the number of secrets that arise from their arguing made me question why they even bothered trying to stay friendly. However, a day of fun turns into complete terror after the pool closes and the fiberglass cover begins to close, trapping the teen sisters inside. On a scary level, I think all the tension is completely removed due to how poor all of these character decisions and actions are in the film. I honestly see it more as a dramatic thriller that plays on certain genre conventions like claustrophobia, as well as the fear of water than pure horror.
The characters spend so much time bickering, arguing, swearing and fighting with each other. Since they were small children, they often competed against each other to see who could swim the fastest. She's the one that is the film's villain. Finally, the music was just enough to tell the story in the intended tone, nothing else. After one of the sisters realises her engagement ring came off in the pool, they both dive down to get it where they get stuck underneath the fibreglass.
Matt Eskandari: I would say that my most unique ideas stir up from my subconscious. Other than the main obstacle of trying to get unstuck, that comes down to the opportunities that arise in this impossible predicament, including the mysterious stranger that shows up at the pool after hours. The movie just loses all steam as well as tension because every single time a scene that requires it starts, the characters scream and complain all the way through it. Out of all of the films coming out in 2017, this one kind of showed up out of the blue, and it seemed to not only be a thriller, but a psychological thriller, which is really what I love in film. Just when it looks like the girls might make it out, their hopes are dashed when it becomes apparent they are trapped beneath 100,000 gallons of water with no way out. As two slightly strained sisters, there was actually some decent chemistry between the two leads, but not for anyone else.