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ProxyWhen going home from doctor's appointment, Esther Woodhouse is brutally attacked, which leads to her miscarriage. She is advised to join a support group that turns out to be her consolation. However, Esther does not expect that spending time with this group may result in danger...
Actors of "Proxy"
Directors of "Proxy"Zack ParkerBirthdate: 25 July 1978, Richmond, Indiana, USA
Creators of "Proxy"Kevin DonnerZack ParkerBirthdate: 25 July 1978, Richmond, Indiana, USA
Critic Reviews of "Proxy"New York Daily NewsApril 18, 2014
[With] performances better suited to a high school playRogerEbert.comApril 18, 2014
Parker has made a tough, brutal, and often riveting thriller.New York TimesApril 17, 2014
When almost everyone on screen is nursing a pathology, interest in their fates is far from guaranteed.Los Angeles TimesApril 17, 2014
Whatever "Proxy" lacks in narrative cohesion and psychological realism, it makes up for in its compelling fever-dream quality and its probing questions about the darker side of parenting.AV ClubApril 17, 2014
Proxy's greatest attribute is its deliberate dismantling of the audience's assumptions. Writer-director Zack Parker has made a genre whatsit whose central mystery lies in the stealth motivations of its characters.Village VoiceApril 16, 2014
Like a lot of conspiracy thrillers, the questions it raises prove more compelling than the answers it slowly teases out.The Film StageMarch 07, 2016
The film is overly long, has its vantage point changed too often, and proves more confusing than entertaining.Seven DaysFebruary 04, 2015
The movie has the kind of psychological plausibility that a fever dream does, the kind Blue Velvet does.We Got This CoveredMay 07, 2014
Proxy is too many conflicting movies crammed into a daunting 2 hour run time. Zack Parker juggles too many plates at once, and they all come crashing down simultaneously.Cinema CrazedMay 05, 2014
It seems director Parker could well have made his point and maintained his dramatic impact without creating such a sadistic streak that emanates through the narrative.Examiner.comApril 26, 2014
Proxy only seems to illustrate that stupid, insane behavior is spread by proxy and everyone suffers, including the film's audience, because of it.The PlaylistApril 25, 2014
By the end of the movie's two hour plus (!) runtime, writer/director Zack Parker seems to be saying one thing, over and over and over again: women be crazy.
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