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The Forbidden Door (2009) – English Review

A sculptor that’s known for making sculptures of pregnant women is doing well. He has a beautiful wife, a nice house, and success. But then notes keep appearing where it says help me. But it’s not only notes he receives, the message is also written on walls and buildings. He becomes obsessed with finding out what this message means. The message is everywhere! Then one day he discovers a mysterious door in his home, but his wife asks him not to open the door. What’s going on?

I saw The Forbidden Door the year after it was released. I liked the movie, but I wasn’t overly excited about it. But now I loved it. I knew more about what awaited me when I sat down to watch the movie. This is a playful movie that gets very bloody and graphic in the last 15 minutes.

The movie oozes mystery from the first second. You feel that there’s something wrong with the characters, but it’s difficult to put your finger on it until we see a scene with a human fetus. Then you realize that something is wrong here, and it gets worse.

The actors are excellent, although I had problems with the protagonist’s stupid hair. His hairstyle provoked me! But the actor is good, so is the actor who plays his beautiful wife.

It’s difficult to talk about The Forbidden Door as it’s an extraordinary experience with the mystery it has. The protagonist eventually realizes who it is that sends him the notes where a person asks for help. And he becomes a member of a club where he can follow what’s going on in people’s everyday lives through hidden cameras. And when he doesn’t think things can get worse, the movie punishes him more.

The Forbidden Door is a fantastic movie with mystery, suspense, and good acting. It may burn a little slow at first, but give the movie a chance to tell its story and I can almost guarantee you will love it!

Rating: 9/10

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