This indie horror tells the story of a documentary crew of college students who are making a doc about Alzheimer’s disease using the eponymous elderly lady as a case study.
But what starts off as a poignant attempt at getting to the heart of the disease and what it means to the sufferer’s loved ones quickly turns into a terrifying series of events that may reveal that disease may not be the culprit of Deborah’s real problems.
The film is achieved using the now tired found footage approach but it finds ways to make the style interesting, bolstered by a genuinely unsettling atmosphere, effective jump scares and a terrific central performance by Jill Larson.
I am a freelance writer specializing in film, writing for a number of different websites including my own ThoughtsOnFilm.co.uk, for which I am the editor and main writer. I am also the Freelance Film/TV Editor for student-focused magazine/website Scotcampus. I watch as many films as I can with some of my favourites including The Big Lebowski, Pulp Fiction, 2001: A Space Odyssey and Mulholland Drive. I'm just a passionate film fan expressing his opinion.