Panic Room (2002)

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Titolo originale: Panic Room–>
Genere: Thriller–>
Durata: 112–>
Nazione: USA–>

  • David Fincher

Scritto da:

  • David Koepp


  • Ceán Chaffin (regista – nel ruolo di Cean Chaffin)
  • John S. Dorsey (produttore associato)
  • Judy Hofflund (regista)
  • David Koepp (regista)
  • Gavin Polone (regista)


  • Howard Shore

Trama del film:

Recently divorced Meg Altman and her daughter Sarah have bought a new home in New York. On their tour around the mansion, they come across the panic room. A room so secure, that no one can get in. When three burglars break in, Meg makes a move to the panic room. But all her troubles don't stop there. The criminals know where she is, and what they require the most in the house is in that very room. Written by Film_Fan

Meg Altman – emotionally estranged from her cheating ex-husband, pharmaceutical magnate Stephen Altman – and their street-wise pre-teen daughter Sarah Altman are spending their first night in their just purchased converted brownstone in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. The conversions, which include a functioning elevator and secure panic room, were made by the now deceased former owner, a wealthy recluse whose family is now fighting over the whereabouts of his vast estate. What Meg does not know is that part of that estate – supposedly $3 million – is hidden in a safe in the floor of the panic room, something that Burnham, Junior and Raoul know. Junior is the grandson of the previous owner, Burnham works for the security company that monitors the security system for the brownstone including its panic room, and Raoul is Junior's gun-toting hired hand. The three plan on retrieving the money. Believing the brownstone still empty, the three criminals break into the brownstone and quickly find that it is not as empty as they believed. When all five realize there are others unexpected in the house, Meg and Sarah are able to make it into the panic room, but one that as of yet has no functioning telephone, which Burnham knows. Burnham also knows there is no way for him or his partners to get into the panic room. The five are at a standoff as Meg and Sarah will not leave the panic room, while the three criminals won't leave until they get the money. As Meg and Sarah try to figure out how to get a message to the outside world – specifically either to the police or Stephen – they are working against time as Sarah is a diabetic who does not have access to her insulin. And the three criminals may have other foes besides the Altmans, the three who are differing personalities and thus have different motivations in stealing the money. Each may have different thoughts on how far they should go to get it. Written by Huggo

This story centers around a divorced woman in her 30's and her daughter, who are caught up in a cat-and-mouse game inside their new New York brownstone when three burglars come looking for a hidden cache of cash. Mother and daughter hide in the "panic room," a secret room designed for just such a purpose, but still end up fighting for their lives… Written by <[email protected]>

When burglars break in to a newly-bought house expecting to find money, they find its owners sleeping upstairs. The odds are against the claustrophobic mother and her child with low blood sugar when they are locked into the Panic Room, a room where they are "safe" from criminals. Unfortunately, they are locked in with the very money that the burglars want…and the burglars threaten to come in…or make the family of two come out. Written by Jordan

After her divorce, Meg Altman and her daughter Sarah move into an old-fashioned house with one very modern addition: a "panic room" which is virtually impossible to break into, designed for refuge during a home invasion. In their first night in the house a trio of thieves do break in and Meg and Sarah rush into the panic room. However, the intruders are looking for something inside the panic room, and given the recent move the room's hotline to the police hasn't been hooked up yet. Worse, Sarah is diabetic and the room doesn't contain any sugar… Written by rmlohner



1 Comment


    secondtake said

    February 27 2012 @ 16:05

    Panic Room (2002)

    There are three reasons to see Panic Room. 1) The titles: understated,
    gorgeous, uncanny letters floating in the Manhattan cityscape. 2) The
    photography: camera moving like an animal, slipping between tiny
    spaces, swinging across rooms and through floors, inhabiting the screen
    like another character. 3) Forest Whitaker, again (he's so good so
    often it's hard to not expect a great performance).

    The rest of the film is very good, directed with style and intelligence
    as usual by David Fincher (who did Seven and Fight Club). The plot is
    good, but maybe a little conventional overall, and if the details
    aren't completely predictable, the general flow of events is. The whole
    cast is quite good–Foster in a familiar embattled, determined role,
    and Jared Leto is an appropriately crazed, if slightly caricatured, bad
    guy who just wants money. Don't we all.

    I saw this when it came out and was dazzled and yet disappointed by the
    plot. The second time, knowing the events, I was able to just watch how
    they unfolded, and it was much better. Expect suspense, intensity, and
    beautiful camera-work.

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