Relative Evil 2004 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
The characters in this movie are people that you can actually imagine meeting: Real, working class people trying to make it through life subject to many constraints.
The acing was good throughout and with all characters.
One big problem was imagining that a psychiatrist could be coopted for a very small amount of insurance money ($50,000) to try to violate his ethics and prompt a patient to kill himself. The whole movie was not premised on this, and so the whole plot did not shatter when we found out that the psychiatrist was the “other person.” It did, however, severely weaken the believability of the whole movie.
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