Unsane

Synopsis: A young woman is involuntarily committed to a mental institution, where she is confronted by her greatest fear--but is it real or a product of her delusion?
Genre: Horror, Thriller
Director(s): Steven Soderbergh
Production: Fingerprint Releasing and Bleecker Street
 
IMDB:
6.5
Metacritic:
63
Rotten Tomatoes:
80%
R
Year:
2018
98 min
Website
1,084 Views


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I love it when you wear blue.

I mean, I love you in anything.

But you wore blue

that first time I saw you,

so anytime I see you in blue,

it reminds me of how I felt

at that moment.

How I never really knew what

being alive was until I saw you.

You unlocked something

inside me that day,

something I didn't

even realize was there.

And right then,

I knew that nothing in my life

was ever going to be the same.

In that moment,

I was transformed permanently.

You did that.

My job is to access

and interpret data

to produce analytical results.

I did that job.

Taking your frustration

out on me will not

alter the results.

You're quite within your rights

to take your business

to another bank.

Another analyst may interpret

the data more to your liking.

But they'd be doing a bad job.

Good morning.

What?

Nothing.

Jill, what?

Nothing.

I... just hope he likes vinegar

more than he likes honey.

She.

Oh.

Well, then...

Hey.

Hi.

Have a seat.

Thanks.

You're welcome.

So...

that report...

That report is faultless.

You are every bit as good

as I hoped you'd be.

I appreciate that.

You're going to do

really well here.

I'm certainly gonna try.

Good.

Good, good, good.

So, the ABA conference

is the last week of September.

Two nights

at the Hyatt Regency

in New Orleans.

And... we should go.

You should... go.

I think I'd need

a little more experience.

Well, I could

help you with that.

- I should get back to work.

- Good.

Good, good, good, good,

good, good, good.

Of my new friends,

I'd say, um, Jill's

probably the closest.

We go out after work

almost every night.

How's your boss?

He's great. I mean...

He has really high standards

and he's really demanding,

but when he says

you got something right,

you know you got it right,

which is really rewarding,

especially since it's

so competitive here.

I suppose that explains why

you're eating your lunch

in such a rush.

Hey, at least it's green.

But I kind of do

have to get going.

I just wanted to let you know

everything's great.

I couldn't be happier.

Yeah. Now that you're

450 miles away from me

and everyone else

you've ever known.

Mmm. Don't do that.

It was a fantastic opportunity.

I couldn't say no.

And besides, you know

what an impulsive girl I am.

Anyway, I gotta go.

Okay?

I love you. Bye!

Ooh. Look at that.

Can I talk to you?

Hey.

Yeah, that's me.

Down and... Mm-hmm.

Ah.

Sawyer Valentini.

Mm-hmm.

What a name.

Sawyer Valentini.

It's a sexy-ass name.

Thanks.

I'm named after my grandfather

on my mother's side.

He died of eye cancer.

Oh, shit. I'm sorry.

I didn't...

Your little face.

That was you being funny?

Hey, if we can't laugh

at cancer, who are we?

Oh. That's dark.

Hail Satan.

Promise me one thing, Jesse.

It's Mark.

Yeah. Tonight's going to go

how you want it to go.

It's not even a question.

But afterwards,

you don't call me,

you don't contact me.

It's like we never met.

You good with that?

Yeah.

Jesse's so good with that.

So,

this is my apartment.

Yeah. And, um,

this is my, um, room.

F*ck! F*ck!

What the f*ck?

Oh, my God.

I-I thought that's what

you said you wanted.

You initiated it.

Oh, f*ck.

No.

Your life slips away from you,

you know?

Changing your phone number

and your e-mail becomes normal.

Changing your lunch hour

every day becomes normal.

Second-guessing

every single thing you say

in case it might

be misinterpreted?

Normal.

Taking out a restraining order.

Normal.

Relocating to another city.

Normal.

But you still see

your stalker everywhere?

Well, rationally, I know

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