Hidden Exposure


Drama / Thriller

IMDb Rating 5.3/10 10 199 199


Top cast

Liana Liberato as Sabina Geshem
Richard Kind as Mr. Randall Abbott
Rumer Willis as Alvy Bowman Abbott
Jordan Rodrigues as Ramsay Stranger
827.79 MB
Unknown language 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 30 min
Seeds 28

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tgbldkam 7 / 10

Left with Only Rain

When I first heard the premise of the film, I thought it was another psycho ex girlfriend movie. I was wrong. It is about toxic relationships. How the toxicity can be harmful to all involved.

However this was not a perfect movie but yet it is one of those movies that draws the viewer in.

The plot: Sabina (Liana Liberato) is in a relationship with Ramsay (Jordan Rodrigues) who is a struggling "business man" and sponging off his girlfriend.

So he meets a wealthy business man whose rebuffs Ramsay's virus protection idea. However he meets the wealthy guys daughter, Alvy(Rumer Willis)

So he see's Alvy on the side and eventually dumps Sabina (after putting her down) and hooks up with Alvy. He get's Alvy pregnant.

In a little plot twist, he briefly cheats on Alvy with Sabina and ends up getting Sabina pregnant.

So.... Sabina goes to the town Alvy lives and owns a business. She befriends Alvy.

My breakdown:

The Good:

The acting. All involved were good.

A character focus movie.

The handling of the storyline. This type of story has been told countless times but I thought the actors and the director did a good job with it.

The Ending: It's an open ending. Alvy found the photos and knows Sabina is dead. The Inn Keeper delivery's Sabina's letter to Alvy's house . What did Sabina wrote? Will Alvy read it? What will Alvy do?

I don't mind open endings. Sometimes, its better to leave it up the viewer to decide what the out come is.

The Bad:

The dialogue: There were moments the dialogue was a little off.

The moment of convenience: the dog running up the fire pit as Alvy discovers the photos of Sabina and Ramsay in his jacket pocket. The dog digs a hole uncovering Sabina's body.

The Jacket: When visiting Alvy and Ramsey's home, Sabina takes his jacket. Ramsay never noticed it missing. When she brings it back near the end, he doesn't make a fuss that she took his jacket.

The Ugly:

The Inn Keeper: I think he was supposed to be comedy relief however he came across as creepy.

The name change. The original title was Left with Only Rain. I think the name was change to draw more viewers (click bait)

The movie is listed as a thriller/horror. It is not. This just a regular melodrama.

This reminds me of an early 1960's French art house film.

Overall: If you are tired of big budget blockbusters and CGI induced madness, this movie is for you.

Reviewed by rjr-81267 10 / 10

Great thriller

Started slow but builds into a suspenseful thriller with an Alfred Hitchcock twist.

Great acting and not a typical jilted lover story.

I almost didn't keep watching as it started slow but really glad I did because after the first scenes that set up the story it had my full attention. I didn't see the ending coming and I loved how it got you really thinking. Great date movie as it generated a lot of discussion. Really glad to find such a good movie on free streaming tubi. Better than a lot of the movies on not free Netflix. There were a few commercials but not bad and it being free made up for that.

Highly recommend this.

Reviewed by BandSAboutMovies 5 / 10


Sabina Geshem (Liana Liberato, Scream VI) is a dance teacher who once had her own dreams of dancing on Broadway. But that was before the injury and before she got serious with Ramsay Stranger (Jordan Rodrigues), whose business is struggling and who seems like absolutely the worst person for her to pin her hopes and dreams on. When she brings up that he opened another credit card in her name, just as she's paid off the last one, he makes it her fault.

He assures her that if he can just have a good meeting with Randall Abbott (Richard Kind, who seems like a big star for a Tubi original), all their problems will disappear.

No, that's exactly where they'll start.

Randall could care less about Ramsay's virus solution. Yet their meeting ends up introducing him to the businessman's daughter Alvy (Rumer Willis) and yes, Ramsay has a type: pale redheads. He starts spending time with his new love interest while continually demoralizing his old one.

There may be hope yet. An old dancing friend named Celine (Stef Dawson, Annie Cresta from The Hunger Games series) who is just getting past cancer learns that Eva Graf Schierling (Lara Wolf) is taking over as the director of dance and she's been asking where Sabina has been. The opportunity for her to become a dancer on the biggest stage there is still exists.

Ramsay responds to this by telling her that she keeps making the same mistakes, that she's setting herself up to be a failure and that he wants nothing to do with her any longer. He disappears from her life, which allows her to put her energy into dancing and finally concentrate on herself.

That is, until Celina takes her to a party and she runs into Ramsay, who easily gets her back for a night.

He laughs when she thinks they're getting back together and explains that he has a whole new life. She decides to see what that life is all about in upstate New York. It's gorgeous. The people are kind. And no one is kinder to her than Alvy, who is nothing like the thieving force of evil that she expected.

The real problem? Alvy is pregnant. And so is Sabina.

Directed by Todd Bogin, who wrote the screenplay with Omali Jeffers and Frederic J. A. Richter, I really appreciated that this movie strayed from the psycho ex-girlfriend formula to present an ending that is tragic and quite sad. The film looks great, thanks to cinematographer Barbie Leung, who finds great lighting, deep colors and intriguing angles that keep the otherwise seen it before story seeming fresh and vital.

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