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Synopsis

Olivia Wilde gives a defining and captivating performance in what critics are hailing the most important film of the year. A once abused woman, Sadie (Olivia Wilde,), devotes herself to ridding victims of their domestic abusers while hunting down the husband she must kill to truly be free. Co-starring CJ Wilson (The Sinner) and Morgan Spector (Homeland) this is a compelling, gritty and highly enthralling revenge thriller with a powerful message.

Cast

  • Olivia Wilde
  • Morgan Spector
  • Kyle Catlett
  • Estefania Tejeda
  • Tonye Patano
  • Betsy Aidem
  • Cheryse Dyllan
  • Judy Marte
  • C.J. Wilson
  • Chuck Cooper

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • At the end of the movie, Sadie pulls out of the Ulster Federal Credit Union in Kingston, NY. You can see the Dutch Village Apartments as she drives away.

Quotes

    • [first lines]
    • [by phone]
    • Andrea Shaund: I'm looking out the window, and the trucks won't stop coming. My name is Andrea Schaund. I live at 176 Hillside Terrace, Kingston. My husband's out of the house on weekdays between 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m., so it's safe to meet then. But I have two children who come home at 4:00, and I don't want them to get hurt. He'll hurt them if I leave.
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Metacritic

88
Mar 29, 2019

The evident smallness of the production belies its power to disturb. It's like one of those knives that are small enough to be hidden in a coat sleeve or the lip of a boot but that can still cut a man's throat.

Metacritic review by Matt Zoller Seitz
Matt Zoller Seitz
RogerEbert.com
75
Mar 29, 2019

The film manages to be both hopeful and devastating — and recommended viewing for anyone who subscribes to the facile notion that abused women should “just leave.”

Metacritic review by Sara Stewart
Sara Stewart
New York Post
70
Mar 25, 2019

A Vigilante offers some grim, imaginary satisfactions in support of real survivors who need whatever help we can give.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter