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Critic Reviews for Trauma
Hampered by narrative incoherence, sluggish pacing and emotionally remote characters.
A sleek psychological thriller outwitted by its own hyper craftsmanship.
A meandering, incoherent tale of a car crash victim coming to grips with his life after coming out of a coma.
Audience Reviews for Trauma
Firth awakens from a coma to discover his wife is dead and he is suspected of murdering a pop idol. This is a psychological thriller that isn't always so logical. What it is do, mostly thanks to Firth, is capture the sheer terror of people perceiving you as mad. It's a difficult job to truly make us believe that both reality and fantasy are possible. As Firth's mental state begins to crumble around him the film does lose some of its footing. It gets to a point where confusion and surprise become Evans' main objective. Thankfully, it's never a dull ride, and when one looks at the emotional destruction, it can seem so much more fulfilling.
i personally didnt like this film it was confusing and silly i like colin firth but this wasnt a good movie for him !!
This movie starts out slow but then moves frenetically to a somewhat surprising ending. It is reminiscent of some of those Japanese style horror films in terms of its imagery. I haven't seen Firth in a role like this before, and I thought he was excellent. Twists and turns abound in this movie which are enough to keep you involved wondering what's real and what isn't.