“for young Emily Callaway, her games of Hide and Seek with an imaginary friend named Charlie have become anything but simple and innocent. Instead, she finds herself in the middle of a series of increasingly nightmarish acts that even her father David cannot stop. Who–or what–is Charlie? David wonders.” (Rotten Tomatoes, 2015)
This is one of those movies that made quite an impact to me about the way the director John Polson exposed the disorder of Split Personality through thrilling and breathtaking moments. The director messes with the audience’s mind through out the whole movie until the very last minutes where he reveals that the father of the young girls is actually the so called Charlie. The movie shows the overwhelming results a traumatic event can bring to someone even if it is for a kind and loving father.