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Year of Release: 2015 | Type of the Movie: Thriller | Size of the Movie: 706 MB | Quality: HDRip | Film Director: Karyn Kusama | Lenght: 1 hour 40 minutes | Language: English | Resolution: 720p
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Are all your friends on Facebook? Plexus my wife asked me the other night, throwing me to get a small loop. But it's not just that they're all selling it, she explained. Or a cult, I replied. She gave me a look that indicated she agreed, but y'know, didn't wanna say it. Exactly what does this little anecdote have to do with Karyn Kusama's gripping psychological thriller The Invitation, you may reasonably ask? Maybe nothing. It's a question we didn't need to ask as often in the pre-social media days, when friends who went off the deep end just kind of disappeared.
But now they're liking your photos and commenting in your links, after which you start reading their feeds and a few of these are Scientologists and a few of these are born agains and a few of these are anti-vaxxers and, good God, a number of these are Trump supporters. And these aren't people you can debate, that's useless, and that means you just end up quietly unfollowing them. The Invitation is a movie by what happens when that's not really an option. It requires place on the course of one in the home of David and Eden, in a dinner party in Los Angeles.
They've invited all of Eden's college friends including her ex-husband Will, who's brought along his new girlfriend Kiera. Eden and will ended Eden tried to kill herself, and their young son died. On their solution to the party, Will's car hits a coyote and he must put the animal out of its own misery with a tire iron. Not foreboding in any respect. Nope, nothing to worry about here! Is this some kind of recruitment video? asks one of the friends, plus they all laugh but with an edge. They're harmless. Yet slowly, on the course of the long night, Will becomes convinced that they're anything but.
It's situated very much from Will's perspective, hence the things he sees and hears seem to validate his paranoia and then something happens that could explain his concerns away. It's ruthless, the degree to which The Invitation toys with you, overwhelming the narrative having a mood of slipperiness and unsteadiness, in order that when the final turn comes, it feels both tenuous and inevitable. The sly winks which have come before to Manson, to Jonestown, to Heaven's Gate could've been just that: asides, red herrings. Or they could've been blaring sirens, red flags, which we simply brushed aside. That's our way. Don't wanna be impolite.
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