Separation opens with an absolutely innocent shot of a young girl riding a bicycle. It isn’t until later in the film that we learn exactly what we were watching. And that is exactly what Separation is all about. This is a film that masterfully uses sleight of hand like a highly-skilled magician to show us one thing while setting up something completely different. And writer/director Greg White brings it all together in a tense film with an exciting climax that pulls back all the curtains.
|Tagline:||A young couple moves their struggling family to a small town, where a mysterious neighbor becomes a threat to their very existence.|
|Pemain:||Al Sapienza, Dmitry Chepovetsky, Peter Stebbings, Sarah Manninen|