Nowhere Safe

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  • 2014
  • 1 hr 32 min
  • 5.5  (1,565)

Nowhere Safe is a 2014 American drama film, directed by Brian Brough and written by Brittany Wiscombe. The movie features a talented cast which includes the likes of Natasha Henstridge, Danielle C. Ryan, and Jamie Kennedy. The story revolves around a teenage girl named Ashley Evans (played by Danielle C. Ryan), who has recently moved to a new town with her mother, Charlotte (played by Natasha Henstridge). The reason for this move is revealed early on in the film when it is revealed that Ashley's father died in a car accident just a few months earlier. Ashley is still trying to cope with the loss of her father and has become introverted and withdrawn.

At the new school, Ashley is struggling to fit in with her peers as she is constantly bullied by one of her classmates. As a result, she spends most of her time at the library where she meets Darian (played by Jamie Kennedy), the school librarian. Darian is a quirky character who immediately takes a liking to Ashley and tries to help her in his own way. He becomes a sort of mentor to Ashley, helping her cope with her father's death and encouraging her to pursue her passion for writing.

Just as Ashley starts to find her footing, her world is turned upside down when a video of her father's death is leaked online. The video goes viral, and Ashley becomes the target of cyberbullies. She is harassed and threatened online, and the situation quickly becomes untenable. Ashley's mother, Charlotte, tries to support her daughter, but she too is struggling to cope with the loss of her husband and the stress of the situation.

Ashley's only solace is in Darian, who stands by her and tries to help her find a way out of the situation. Together, they come up with a plan to confront the bullies and put an end to the harassment. But this is easier said than done, and they are met with resistance every step of the way.

Throughout the film, we see the characters struggle with loss, grief, and loneliness. The themes of the film are relevant to the modern age, as cyberbullying is becoming an increasingly prevalent issue in schools and among teenagers. The film does a good job of exploring the impact of social media and the internet on young people, and the devastating consequences of cyberbullying.

The acting in the film is good, with Natasha Henstridge giving a strong performance as Ashley's mother, Charlotte. Danielle C. Ryan is also very good as Ashley, portraying the character's vulnerability and strength with equal measure. Jamie Kennedy brings a comedic touch to the film, which helps to lighten the mood in what is often a heavy and emotional story.

The film is well-directed, with the pacing being just right. The story builds slowly, allowing the characters to develop naturally, but the film never feels slow or boring. The cinematography is good, with the film being shot in a way that is visually appealing without being distracting.

Overall, Nowhere Safe is a well-made and engaging drama film that explores a very relevant and timely issue. The themes of the film are important and should resonate with young people and parents alike. The film is emotionally powerful, with strong performances from the lead actors, and it is definitely worth a watch.

Nowhere Safe is a 2014 tv movie with a runtime of 1 hour and 32 minutes. It has received moderate reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 5.5.

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    1 hr 32 min
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    5.5  (1,565)