Hidden? Not Even There
Daire from Louth, 13 Dec 2008
This is for academics who consider films with subtitles more intelligent. In truth, it just allows them to get away with more waffle than we'd normally be able to put up with. This film is supposed to be asking questions about how technology is beginning to control our lives. Unfortunately, it doesn't answer its own questions, thereby making it completely redundant bar a couple of good central performances.
I don't know?
Fiona from Meath, 29 Jan 2009
Hidden is one of those movies that stays with you for a few days after you have watched it. This is not always a good thing though. I can't figure out whether I'm a bit thick and just don't get it or it's meant to be a bit ambiguous! It's not a brilliant movie but if you're in the mood for a bit of philosophical, typically French, film watching - this fits the bill!
Desperate enjoyment and plot hiding in Hidden
Mark from Dublin, 20 May 2010
Having watched a few french movies I had high expectations for this, I was totally disappointed, I think they tried to be way too arty and it just struggles along way too long with some of the story lines left hanging with no explanation. Would not recommend I even fell asleep three times it was that bad.
Tim from Cork, 19 Nov 2007
Very engaging and interresting film. One of those thrillers where your forced to think about how you would deal with the situation. I thought it went on a bit though and although the ending made me think I was ultimately dissapointed with it!
Ciaran from Dublin, 11 May 2007
An interesting premise but the delivery left me a bit cold. Hard to really get into the characters and empathise with any of them. Not for everyone for sure but some movie lovers may well appreciate it more than I did.