Frailty (2001, United States)

psychological thrillerserial killer


Frailty  2001 crime mystery movie

Running time: 100 minutes

Language: English

FBI Agent Wesley Doyle is called to his office in the middle of the night. For a long time he is on the case of serial killer that named himself Godís Hand. A man called Fenton Meiks requested an urgent meeting with Doyle stating that he knows exactly who Godís Hand really is. It isnít first time Doyle hears something like that, so he is skeptic, but lets Meiks tell his story.

The story goes back many years, when Meiks was young and his father had a religious enlightenment. He told his two sons that God himself showed him what he should do - find the demons that pretend to be normal human beings and stop them from doing evil things. He also send him a tools to do this job - an ax and a pair of gloves. From that day their lives have changed forever. Meiks was trying to keep his sanity when his father begun to actually see the demons in the streets, but when his brother convinced himself he see them also Fenton felt he is in danger.

Frailty is one unusual mystery and crime movie - the gloomy atmosphere, the memorable plot, the sheer terror that comes from the obvious schizophrenia growing up in the father that changes the lives of his sons. Movie worth to see for many reasons that canít be described in the review not to spoil the experience for the viewers.


Our rating

7.6 / 10

Movie value

9 / 10

Realism factor

4 / 5

Adventure factor

2 / 5

Story complexity

4 / 5



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Creators of Frailty

Bill Paxton films

Bill Paxton

director

Brent Hanley films

Brent Hanley

screenplay



Cast of Frailty

Bill Paxton films

Bill Paxton

as Dad Meiks

Matthew McConaughey films

Matthew McConaughey

as Fenton Meiks

Powers Boothe films

Powers Boothe

as Agent Doyle

Matt OíLeary films

Matt OíLeary

as Young Fenton

Jeremy Sumpter films

Jeremy Sumpter

as Young Adam

Luke Askew films

Luke Askew

as Sheriff Smalls





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