Felt (2015) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Felt (2015) - Review, Rating and Synopsis

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  • Release Date:  2015
  • Genre:  Madness & Paranoia
  • Cast and crew: Vincent Selhorst-Jones, Danni Spring
  • Director:  Jason Banker
  • Screenwriter:  Amy Everson, Jason Banker

Felt (2015) Rating:

  • Eloise = 4 / 10;
  • Raoul = 5 / 10;
  • IMDb = 4.7 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomatoes = 6.4 / 10;

Felt (2015) Synopsis:

A young woman tries to protect herself from an earlier trauma by dressing up in strange costumes and acting cold towards the world

Felt (2015) Review:

Felt is one of those really fucked-up psychological dramas – so extreme and violent that they are usually classified as horror – in the vein of Antichrist or Excision. Like in the latest two, Felt is really sexually oriented. It is about Amy, an obviously disturbed young woman who tries to escape her past by doing a lot of weird things like dressing up in costumes with penises, making wool penises, etc.

The movie has got a very unique atmosphere, halfway between a movie for hipsters and a sick mental hospital. Amy Everson, who plays the lead role, his really disgusting and puts on a great performance. The movie is really slow and there isn’t much happening in terms of storyline, but there are enough “what the fuck” scenes to keep the audience watching. The end is really what makes the movie special. I personally found it rewarding – but I can understand that many did not feel the same way.

Overall, Felt is a movie that will polarize the audience, some might find it brilliant whereas most will find it useless. I was somewhere in between, curiosity is the main reason why I watched it until the end.

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