Directed by: Tom McLoughlin
Actors: Andy Garcia, Vincent Kartheiser and Trevor Blumas
Also known as: Secretos ocultos, Το Σκοτεινό Μονοπάτι της Μνήμης, Kimondatlan, Kohtalon vanki, Lass die Vergangenheit ruhen, Los límites del silencio, No Limite do Silêncio, Sins of the Father, Sous le silence, The Ties That Bind
Description of The Unsaid movie: Michael Hunter is a psychiatrist. His son committed suicide. For three years, Michael is going through this loss, divorces with his wife and loses contact with his daughter. But once he has a patient, a guy with a dark past, which strongly reminds him of his son. Man must write out a couple of weeks, and during that time, Michael must decide whether he’s okay or not. Of course, something in his behavior is troubling the doctor, and soon the situation begins to spiral out of his control …
Review of The Unsaid film: It happens that the movie, especially if it is occupied by only one star, has nothing much to be expected. And if we do not raise the first shots of the bar to the height of the intrigues of mental stress, generally look relaxed, as if even when half asleep. And then the story starts to think as a complicated puzzle to put you, the viewer, to a standstill, deceptive movements to lure in new turns and lines. Faces unexpected characters appear Drive, takes you by the tonsils and will not let go until the final frame thriller … This is one of those.
Here perfectly dramatize the Oedipus complex, and, in the hard version. Understand the psychology of dialogue and contact-therapy are powerless. Forced conflict adolescent and adult inevitable and fraught with risk, and sometimes fatal. A teenager in the film is shown as being located in the boundary condition: he is no longer a child but not yet an adult. He does not belong to the world of childhood, as the world does not belong to maturity, he is a stranger in both worlds. And doomed to misunderstanding on the part of their inhabitants. But his world it is very difficult to build, if not rely on anyone. In the film, this impossible, utopian space teenager metaphorically represented in the form of “shelter”, where the main character gets when his mother’s death, in which he himself was guilty, ends his childhood. And how he wants at all costs to get to become an adult. A maturity he expects for himself as a freedom, or rather liberation. But the yield to the will of the shelter is the high price of parting with the latest and most expensive illusion – the belief in his innocence, and therefore, the adoption of the fault, and, for good. This is an allusion to the Fall.