Visitors (2003)

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This 38-minute German film focuses around a young woman named Karla, who's not ready to give up on her estranged boyfriend. Determined to travel abroad and bring him home, she starts working at a dingy bar, where she meets Sugar, a charming girl who needs a place to stay. Karla offers Sugar a room in her apartment, but Sugar brings a husband and a kid with her that Karla never knew about, and what's worse, after the family makes themselves at home, they start feeding her contradictory stories … More

Rating: R (adult situations/language, nudity)
Genre: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense, Comedy
Directed By:
Written By: Everett De Roche
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On DVD: Jan 30, 2007
Runtime:
First Look Pictures

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as Georgia Perry

as Carolyn Perry

as Luke Severnson

as Bill Perry

as Casey Monne

as Taco [Voice]
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Critic Reviews for Visitors

All Critics (4) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | May 15, 2009
Variety
Top Critic

Some might find Visitors slow, while others will be fascinated by the mental unraveling of the lead character.

Full Review… | January 30, 2006

...would've worked far better as a 22-minute Twilight Zone episode...

Full Review… | June 25, 2004
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Full Review… | October 18, 2008
Urban Cinefile

Audience Reviews for Visitors

½

Effectively tense, claustrophobic psychological drama has Radha Mitchell battling her inner demons and fighting to maintain her sanity during her 3-month solo round-the-world sailing venture. Reality and hallucinations collide with her cat and periodic disembodied radio voices representing her only social contacts, that is until pirates, her mother, father, and mother's tea group each pay her a visit. Radha is terrific at chronicling her character's progressively deteriorating mental condition, finding more and more extreme ways to snap herself back to her senses. Marketed as a ghost story, this fits more into the Polanski category of unnerving filmmaking.

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