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Movie Review: 'Disorder' (2015)

Writer/director Alice Winocour’s hypnotic French-language thriller runs heavy on innuendo and light on details. “Disorder” is an atmospheric drama that centers on Vincent (Matthias Schoenaerts) a veteran of France’s Special Forces, who has returned home from a recent stint in Afghanistan.

After multiple tours he is paying the price both physically and emotionally. When a physical reveals that he is losing his hearing and a psychological exam leads to a PTSD diagnosis, he is grounded from going back.

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Movie Review: 'The Forest' (2016)

“Game of Thrones” alum Natalie Dormer stars as an American who travels to Japan’s Suicide Forest to find her missing twin sister. What follows is a mix between human-made suspense and a supernatural thriller. As Dormer’s Sara ignores all reason to locate her sister, eventually drawing a travel journalist (Taylor Kinney) and perceptive guide (Yukiyoshi Ozawa) into her plight.

It is easy to empathize with Sara, one half of a contrasting, identical twin combo. She is the long-suffering sister of her troubled counterpart, Jess. Recently, Jess had been getting her life together, teaching English in Japan.