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Trauma (Rental Copy)

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  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (22 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000UPHKH6
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You'll need to, there's so much happening, so much to piece together or maybe to re-arrange - you decide. The film is disturbing, gripping, scary and sad - the music is haunting and beautiful. How does a writer as young as this come up with such dark images and ideas. I've watched it several times now and am still trying to make it out. Colin Firth in the lead role is superb - he is perfectly cast and it's refreshing to see him playing a part which has so much more depth to it than others he has played recently - he draws us into his world and we end up almost as confused as he is. Mena Suvari as Charlotte is wonderful. In the few scenes when they do come together the chemistry between them works so well, it is so beautiful and sensual. She is so trusting, innocent and pure - he is lonely and vulnerable, yet manipulative too and very sexy. He can try to cure my fear of spiders anytime, just as long as he doesn't get too carried away!
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By Trevor Willsmer HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 26 Oct. 2006
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Marc Evans' Trauma is not to be confused with Dario Argento's Trauma, although it does seem eager to be confused with Jacob's Ladder, borrowing a few clumsily executed visual effects and the central "Which reality is reality?" conundrum to remarkably little effect. Despite a surprisingly good turn from Colin Firth as a stalker-cum-murder-suspect who may or may not have killed a pop star, whose wife may or may not have died in the accident that left him in a coma and whose landlady-cum-romantic interest Mina Suvari may or may not be a figment of his imagination, it's a thin and uninvolving story that fails to be bolstered by the visual techniques that keep you at arms length from the characters without ever being particularly successful in their own right.

There is a brief section halfway through where the picture threatens briefly to become interesting, but it all too quickly passes. Not unwatchable, just flat as a mill pond. Still, it does set new cinematic ground in giving all the ants in the film individual screen credits.
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By Kona TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 25 Sept. 2009
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Ben (Colin Firth) was in a bad car accident that killed his wife. As the story opens he's in the hospital, coming out of a coma. He goes back to his creepy apartment building where he is the only resident. He cannot come to terms with his wife's death and hallucinates about her constantly. To make things worse, he finds himself the prime suspect in the brutal murder of a famous rock singer.

Yikes. This is a bad movie. It attempts to be an art film delving into the mind of a mentally ill man, but falls completely flat and is just one long, confusing, and very unpleasant movie. We never know if what we are seeing is real or imagined; it's too hard to follow and totally repellent. Firth does the best he can with the terrible script but I didn't like or care about his character at all.

If you're afraid of creepy crawly creatures, this is not the movie for you; the same goes if you're looking for Firth to be a debonair heartthrob. Not recommended.
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I didn't hear great things about this before hand but decided to give it a go,bad mistake.

A very poor showing from what could of been a quality cast and plot but its done so poorly and is extremely boring.

I think its about a guy(Firth)who comes out of a coma who finds out his wife has died in a car accident.
I didn't get much past that and had enough after about 20 minutes as its just so damn weird and confusing that it gets on your nerves quickly and decided i could watch something more interesting.

Colin Firth and Mena Suvari deserve better and this could of been great with a better script.
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I've never been a genre movies fan but this one is completely different. You get intrigued since the very first moment until the end.
There is no need to say how exceptional actor Colin Firth is ,but in this movie he does his very best performance.
If you appreciate quality movies and an exquisite interpretation, Trauma is without any doubt your movie.Highly recommend it.
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The two stars are only for Colin Firth who I would watch in anything, but this time I was actually pressing the fast forward button to move it on and see if it got any better...it didn't, three of us started watching this film by the end there was only me and I was nearly asleep, not my idea of entertainment, in fact a total waste of time,sorry Colin.
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this story really muddled with my head. I love colin firth's acting and had bought the film on the assumption that i would be pleased because of that. I can see how the story would be interesting because there are a lot of twists and i big gasp of 'ooo i didn't know that would happen' at the end, but it overall seemed to lack something which i'm afraid has made me not want to watch it again.
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It was very well done well performed and well researched from Colin loads of expressions and acting skills are marvellous and he is such a professional .I admire his work very much shear dedication especially in serious drama and light entertainment .films.
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