A young girl finds solace in her artist father and the ghost of her dead mother.
“Separation” is a 2021 horror movie directed by William Brent Bell, and stars Rupert Friend, Mamie Gummer, and Madeline Brewer. The film follows a couple going through a divorce, who must come together to save their daughter from supernatural forces.
The film received mixed reviews from critics and audiences alike. Some praised the film’s atmospheric tension and strong performances, while others criticized it for its lack of originality and predictable plot.
One of the strengths of the film is the acting, particularly from Rupert Friend and Madeline Brewer, who both deliver strong performances. The film also effectively creates a creepy and eerie atmosphere, and uses sound design and music to enhance the tension.
However, the film falls short in its storytelling, as the plot is predictable and lacks originality. The scares and horror elements feel formulaic and uninspired, and the film relies heavily on clichés and tropes commonly found in horror movies.
Overall, “Separation” is a decent horror movie that has some effective moments, but ultimately fails to deliver anything truly groundbreaking or memorable. Fans of the genre may enjoy it, but those looking for a fresh and innovative horror experience may be disappointed.