Secret Cutting

Secret Cutting

Dawn Cottrell (Peterson) seems like a typical sixteen-year-old girl, but she has a very dangerous secret. Unable to express her true feelings, whenever Dawn is upset she grabs a knife and cuts herself.

Dawn Cottrell (Peterson) seems like a typical sixteen-year-old girl, but she has a very dangerous secret. Unable to express her true feelings, whenever Dawn is upset she grabs a knife and cuts herself. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Tony L (jp) wrote: I saw the international version (30 minutes less than the Japanese version)

Alex S (kr) wrote: It's rather slow pacing may turn some away, but it's well worth the wait for the very tense and scary final act. As I'm watching more of his movies, Ti West is emerging as one of the leading horror directors of the modern age. For those directors looking to make a old-fashioned creepy ghost movie, I'd suggest they watch this and learn.

James B (us) wrote: That's like an hour and a half that I'm not getting back. "Zoinx, Scooby!!"

Robyn M (jp) wrote: Teenage flick with adult content and yet they play it safe.

Cameron J (au) wrote: A lighthearted treat, fun and engaging throughout. Has Miyazaki's signature curiosity and some strong themes.

Guillaume H (us) wrote: This is a personal 5 star for me but im sure im not the only one. This movie is galvanizing for every one who was a teen in the 90's and beyond. The soundtrack is killer but above it, the script is thight, tense and electric. A high shool movie of epic proportions, it reminds anyone who complains against the kids why they are a vital force that keeps the world changing and gives it an electric shock when it deserves it. All here in night shades, of green, red and electric blue.

Hanna G (ca) wrote: Excellent live performance footage, but I really did not enjoy the interjections of the creepy obsessed Australian reporter.

WS W (kr) wrote: A film about KIDS- & everything about them: their livelihood, movements, thoughts, fantasies, curiosities, feelings, tricks; as well as their peers, schoolmates, families, teachers, neighbors. A bit trivial; but Truffaut had proved his concerns, love & cares to the kids & their position in the society through the inspiring monologue of Jean-Francois Stevenin's character.

Robyn M (fr) wrote: The film is unexceptional and poorly constructed. However the soundtrack us unbeatable- Love me Tender- I do- Never let me go-

Steffi E (jp) wrote: Pretty average movie. Worth watching for Marilyn in an early role.

Charlie E (it) wrote: Great and don't recall where I seen it.

Christopher B (es) wrote: Could be my favorite from Alfie. Impossible to pick one

alex f (br) wrote: Much better bronson-esque movies out there to watch.