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||IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 from 1,091 votes
||Release: 24 March 2010 (France) /
||Genre: Horror, Thriller
||Director: Caroline du Potet,
||Stars: Anne Parillaud, Arthur Dupont, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Léo Moser, Thierry Frémont
||Synopsis: Sarah and her husband have moved to a house in the country; their son, Loic, a college student, chaffs at the isolation and a tragedy occurs. A year later, Sarah lives alone in the house; distracted by grief, she's sent home from her hospital job at 2 AM. Police on the road warn her of burglaries in the area, then a young man, much like her son, flags her down: he surprised a burglar at his house, and he's being chased. He is Arthur. Sarah gives him a lift, and soon a car is in pursuit. A long night ensues with flashbacks to crimes and chases; can Sarah protect Arthur as she would her own son? Written by <email@example.com>
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For the past decade the French have owned the home invasion horror
subgenre. The films High Tension, Inside, (to a lesser extent) Martyrs,
and ILS have taken the familiar comfort of home's four walls and
transformed them into a cavalcade of terror, mayhem and death. The
sibling team of Caroline and Eric du Potet (producers of Inside) add to
the impressive list with In Their Sleep.
A year removed from her son's tragic accident/suicide Sarah (the
original La Femme Nikita, Anne Parillaud) remains a depressed shell of
her former self. The quaint fixer-upper countryside villa remains in a
state of disrepair as her husband abandoned her to deal with his own
grief, leaving the crumbling walls and scattered home repair materials
a fitting metaphor for Sarah's own life. She works herself to the point
of collapse as a nurse just to have a routine to numb the hours of the
day. Exhausted to the point of distraction, she is ordered home by the
hospital to rest. In her jittery state she doesn't notice Arthur until
the moment he leaps in front of her car in an attempt to hail her down.
Arthur fears for his life. A man burglarized his home, and Arthur saw
his face. Now he fears the man will kill him in order to not get
caught. The car barreling down the road, tailing Sarah and Arthur lends
credibility to his story, so Sarah takes him to her home once the
stranger gives up the chase. His fears prove correct when the stranger
breaks in to Sarah's home in the late hours of night and trashes the
place in fury while the pair attempt to hide.
The du Potet's eschew the constant over the top violence and gore of
Inside (a film which, for all its merits felt like a Roadrunner cartoon
by its end) for a much quieter film that is punctuated by moments of
breath stealing atrocities. Flashbacks and fantasy sequences litter the
film, keeping the viewer guessing while peeling back layers of truth.
Similar to the first act of Inside the victims have no idea their home
has been breached. This tact provides the psychological terrors of the
film. The idea that one can be nestled within their confines,
completely oblivious to the torment that lays an arm's length away
plays itself out with stark results. Items that are supposed to provide
a sense of security serve to imprison victims instead: in one of the
most harrowing sequences of the film a small girl leaps at a deadbolt,
with escape just out of the reach of her clutching fingers.
Parillaud's performance is the glue that holds it all together. She's a
beaten woman long before she encounters Arthur. While she's a smart and
resourceful woman, anything or anyone she wants to live for has long
since been removed from her. She's often one step away from putting the
puzzle pieces together, yet backs away knowing the truth would prove
pointless in the end. At times she seems to put one foot in front of
the other only because it's what's expected of her. By the film's
closing moments, breathtaking in both its beauty and mundane nature,
it's fair to question whether death would provide a welcome relief and
reward of a sort for her.
For fans of extreme French horror, In Their Sleep may prove to tame for
their liking. It lacks the monotonous violence of Martyrs that pound
the viewer into submission or the batshit craziness of Sheitan, Inside
or Frontiers. However, the ripped from the headlines aspect of the
film, strong performances and stunning landscapes of the French
countryside make it compelling viewing, easily one of the year's best
efforts, for those that crave a realistic horror film.
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, Arthur Dupont
, Jean-Hugues Anglade
, Léo Moser
, Thierry Frémont
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