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Bug * William Friedkin * 2007

Agnes White (Ashley Judd) lives in some sort of motel in the middle of a North-American desert. When a friend introduces her to a rather vague man, the two slowly grow towards eachother. The film starts as a relation-drama, but slowly works towards being a psychological horror. The film is nice, has good camera works and nice colours, weird conversations and the climax carefully builds up with surprising findings towards a predictable, but not at all disappointing end. The film has only five actors, almost no stages, but definately sets an atmosphere. No masterpiece, but a nice example of modern horror.

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