Slate | 'Unsane' Review


“Think of your cellphone as your enemy,” a friend warns Sawyer Valentini (Claire Foy) in Steven Soderbergh’s Unsane. In horror movies and thrillers, disabling the characters’ cellphones has become a necessary ritual, but for Sawyer the perpetual connection to the world makes her vulnerable instead of safe. She’s being stalked by David Strine (Joshua Leonard), the son of a dying man she cared for in hospice, and every photo she’s tagged in is a means for him to track her down. Even after she’s torn up her life and moved hundreds of miles away, she still can’t break the link.

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