Peripheral Vision 2010 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
On the outskirts of a small town sits an abandoned psychiatric hospital. A constant visitor is Chet, a misunderstood artist whose obsession with the hospital is fueled by the memory of his mother, who died there years earlier. The isolation of Chet’s existence starts to change when he is reunited with his boyhood friend, Ron, who reminds Chet of happier times despite the fact that Ron isn’t quite the same guy he was when he originally left town. With renewed vigor, Chet decides to reach out to another misunderstood person, Cindy, an abused woman who is on the road to self-destruction. All of this causes unexpected repercussions, making Chet realize that people - and life itself - are rarely what they seem on the surface.
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