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Showcases strong work from its two promising leads and striking location photography, but doesn't finally make a lick of sense.
Rabbit may be a bit slow and the story may be lacking in some areas, but a superb lead performance and beautiful cinematography help it to mostly overcome its faults.
A powerful mix of Australia's natural beauty and that same landscape's inherent embrace of nightmares.
A tense, atmospheric and visually rich psychological horror thriller, Rabbit marks the arrival of director Luke Shanahan, with his feature film debut strong in ideas and presentation.
With a plot guaranteed to divide audiences and more than a little improbability, this is certainly a hard movie to get a handle on at times. Yet Clemens is fine in two roles, Veerle Baetens is memorable as Nerida and there are plenty of ominous moments.
Though the film suffers from minor pacing issues, likely related to balancing many ideas with a heavy atmosphere, it never feels like a freshman feature.
Through the skill of the experienced cast and crew, Rabbit is [a] watchable fairytale thriller.
....a great new Australian thriller: well-paced, smartly plotted, and brilliantly unsettling.
The emptiness of the Australian wilderness has seldom looked so beautifully threatening, the wide desolation paradoxically feeling claustrophobic.
Rabbit expertly blends together several genres-sci-fi, medical horror, and psychological thriller-and goes in some very unexpected directions.
With its dreamy visuals and themes of good versus evil, Rabbit has the makings of a contemporary fairytale.
Rabbit lacks the mainstream audience appeal of the standard genre film, but amongst horror fans, this will likely spread to other parts of the world.
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