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United States · 2022
1h 43m
Director Andrew Semans
Starring Rebecca Hall, Tim Roth, Grace Kaufman, Michael Esper
Genre Thriller

This psychological thriller follows Margaret, a successful, disciplined businesswoman with a steady job and a daughter heading off to college. Her carefully constructed life threatens to fall apart with the reappearance of David, a manipulative man from her past. After decades of avoiding him, she is forced to confront him and the horrors of her past.

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Time Out by

Without exactly revolutionising the form, Semans’s debut delivers an unsettling tale of psychological torment and the kind of creeping dread and shocking climax that hallmarks some of the best horror.


Film Threat by Alan Ng

Resurrection is a brilliant thriller that rests on the actors’ remarkable performances without the need for typical thriller elements nor the need to resort to torture porn.


The Guardian by Benjamin Lee

It has the feeling of a short film stretched beyond its limit, with all that early tension dissipating, and while there’s certainly something jolting about the gonzo violence in the finale, it’s otherwise ineffectual.


The Hollywood Reporter by Caryn James

Writer and director Andrew Semans puts Hall in every scene of this modest but effective thriller, and she comes through with a stunning, charismatic performance.


Slashfilm by Chris Evangelista

The overall experience is chilling to the extreme. The type of chill that seeps its way into your bones and leaves you unprotected and unbalanced.


IndieWire by David Ehrlich

Semans’ film stands out for how purposefully it seems to walk the line between schlocky crap and serious cinema.


The Film Stage by Jordan Raup

Delivering a happy ending that feels like a cheap way out of the story, Resurrection may initially shake one to their core, but by the finale it devolves into little more than a diabolically outrageous genre outing for two great actors.


Slant Magazine by Mark Hanson

The film is one of the more intrinsically frightening evocations of a traumatized mind since Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.


The Playlist by Rodrigo Perez

Resurrection is emotionally searing, wildly unhinged and maybe even a little batshit crazy. However, as anchored by its two fiercely committed and convincing lead performances (Rebecca Hall and Tim Roth), a menacingly disquieting tone, and a frightening ambiguity about a disintegrating mental state, Resurrection is a deeply distressing and compelling drama that will shock and shake you to your core.


Screen Daily by Tim Grierson

Semans pushes Margaret into potentially preposterous narrative terrain, but Hall’s total commitment to her character’s growing mania helps ground the proceedings, no matter how outlandish the plotting becomes.

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