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Big Sky (2015)

Not Rated | | Drama, Thriller | 14 August 2015 (USA)
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A teen traveling with her mother to a treatment center for her agoraphobia has to fight for their lives against a gunman who attacks them.

Director:

Jorge Michel Grau

Writer:

Evan M. Wiener

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Cast

Cast overview:
Bella Thorne ... Hazel
Kyra Sedgwick ... Dee
Frank Grillo ... Jesse
Aaron Tveit ... Pru
François Arnaud ... Clete
Ricky Tollman Ricky Tollman ... PJ
Jodi Lynn Thomas ... Vicky
Beth Bailey ... Cricket
Michael Sheets ... Lyle
Clif Stokes Clif Stokes ... Rod
Mark Sivertsen ... Bennett
Chiara Aurelia ... Grace
Terry Dale Parks ... Morse
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Hazel (Bella Thorne) suffers from a crippling case of agoraphobia. So much so that it causes a rift between her and her mother, Dee (Kyra Sedgwick). Hazel and her mother decide to go on a road trip to a desert facility to help Hazel deal with her fear but when gunmen and brothers Jesse (Frank Grillo) and Pru (Aaron Tveit) attack them, Hazel has to battle her fears so she and her mother can survive. Written by sweetlo

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A new level of fear

Genres:

Drama | Thriller

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 August 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A cielo abierto See more »

Filming Locations:

New Mexico, USA

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Color
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Filming took place in Albuquerque, New Mexico where principal photography began in October 2013. See more »

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Surrealistic and funny
31 October 2018 | by samis-552-16915See all my reviews

Usually you see right at the beginning if the movie is a good one. Well, this had the right feel to it. Good acting and sceneries, a confidently flowing script.

The action in the kidnapping scene was a little confusing, it was jumpy, it didn't feel "real". I slowly started to realize that this is not a thriller, really. It's a surrealistic and stream of consciousness kind of piece and quite a funny one. In the desert scenes with Thorne and Arnaud I was laughing out loud. And thereafter as well.

The only thing I don't understand is why this was marketed as a thriller, and not as Cohen-style black humor.

At times a little slow, therefore only 8.


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