Drama / Horror / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 88%
IMDb Rating 6.4 10 521


Uploaded By: FREEMAN
March 12, 2020 at 04:35 PM


Haley Bennett as Hunter Conrad
Denis O'Hare as Erwin
Elizabeth Marvel as Katherine Conrad
Austin Stowell as Richie
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1 hr 34 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by u-me-can-b 10 / 10

First review in my life

I never felt the urge to leave a review here due to many reasons, English is not my native language and I'm bad with describing my emotions accurately, but this film drove me to this point. You want it to end good for this girl so bad, cant say i have the same struggles as her but i GET it and in a way I cheered her on even though its all so horrible. Cried my eyes out at the ending because its was all right for the first time in her life and we got to see the light burst out of her beautiful eyes. Exceptional acting by Haley Bennett, the visuals are to die for. Will be one of my all time favorites.

Reviewed by DjMethod 7 / 10

Autonomy: The Movie

An extremely self-aware A-to-Z psychological thriller about taking back your life through rituals of control, complete with patriarchal caricatures and metaphors of intrusion left and right (think Aronofsky's "mother!"--but a dark comedy).

Approaches the level of Snakes on a Plane or Teeth on self-aware high-concept absurdity, yet manages to be taken seriously thanks to a great performance by lead actress Haley Bennett, lush cinematography, and a constant stream of creative ways to push the autonomy message over the top (the first frames of the film are close-ups of farm-to-plate preparation of lamb meat).

Swallow is destined to be a cult-classic. It's the quintessentially bold, fun, and unique indie film festival offering (Anna and the Apocalypse was that film for me last year).

Highly recommended, but not for the squeamish.

Reviewed by allleksandra 9 / 10

Great portrait of a person/woman who wants to get control over her life

Just saw it on Belgrade Independent American Movies short festival.

Very emotional topic. How our past can influence our present life and how trying to be perfect in each aspect of life can bring to different disorders.

Intelligent movie, gives a lot to think about.

Had a short and emotional chat with an author and would like to thank him for this wonderful movie.

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