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Egoyan's movies often seem located underwater, in some surreal dreamscape where one's breath is perpetually suspended while a slow horror seeps ever deeper under the skin. Helpless, transfixed, one watches as his characters drive inexorably toward mined intersections where lives and souls may be lost or redeemed. When Hilditch's path crosses, diverges from, and finally coincides with that of young, pregnant Felicia (Elaine Cassidy)--an Irish innocent searching for her errant boyfriend--it leads to terrible epiphany for these fellow travelers. Trouble is, creepy Hilditch and too-naive Felicia come up a bit short in the psychological complexity department, so by film's end, revelatory payoffs are mostly penny ante. Felica's Journey tours familiar Egoyan territory--an industrialized wasteland full of hungry hearts--but this latest fairy tale (think perverse variations on Hansel and Gretel) isn't in the same league with such "family values" masterpieces as Exotica or The Sweet Hereafter. --Kathleen Murphy
A young Irish girl is failed by her family, society and boyfriend and runs away to a foreign land. Being naïve, shy, and emotionally damaged, she crosses paths with a creepy,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Courtney Dinnen
Should have known, if it sound's too good to be true, it usually is. First, it isn't even established this guy is a serial killer. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kevin Murphy
This is such an unexpectedly fantastic film.Published 4 months ago by Wednesday Lee Friday: writer of scarybooks
This was a strange movie to say the least. I didn't realize that it was about a serial killer until I read it on the film case.
Atom Egoyan apparently can't make a normal film, which is something I really admire about him. His take on the serial killer story is far from what one would expect, and maybe... Read morePublished on August 24, 2012 by Andrew Ellington
As I do completely love Elaine Cassidy and count myself among many of her adoring fans...I've asked myself would I like this movie as much if she wasn't in it? Read morePublished on November 23, 2008 by AmorVincitOmnia831
Although Leonard Maltin gives this film a tepid review in his Video Guide, I find it a very well made film. Read morePublished on August 22, 2008 by William Linsley
This is a movie in the Hitchcock style, this time without gore, but with subtle terror.
Some of the scenes are homages to the master, but this does not detract from... Read more
This film adaptation of William Trevor's novel of psychological suspense, for which its author was the recipient of the 1994 Whitbread Award, is one that those who read the book... Read morePublished on August 11, 2005 by Lawyeraau