The Stranger Within | reviewed by: William O'Donnell | November 24, 2013
entertainment value
Lead character daydreams a lot. Acting seems under-rehearsed. Character interactions are confusing, unnatural. Same with plot. Inane.
genre Thriller
synopsis After a traumatic ordeal, acclaimed actress Emily Moore and her psychiatrist husband, Robert, escape on a relaxing vacation to a gorgeous remote Mediterranean island. But on the first night at the house, a young girl arrives, blood on her hands and hysterical from the death of her boyfriend in a hiking accident. Robert offers to take in and help the young girl, but her suggestive behavior makes Emily wonder if she might be a threat to their marriage... or her life.
lead actors William Baldwin | Estella Warren | Sarah Butler | Katia Winter | Kim Bodnia | Jeffrey Pierce | Claire Ross-Brown | Vivienne McKee | Ole Dupont
director Adam Neutzsky-Wulff