Watch: Disclosure 2020 123movies, Full Movie Online – When a 4-year-old girl makes an allegation against the son of a politician, an attempt by the children’s parents to resolve the situation soon degenerates into a vicious confrontation..
Plot: Australian documentary maker Emily, and her journalist husband, Danny, are reeling from an allegation of abuse their 4-year-old daughter Natasha has made against a local politician’s 9-year-old son, Ethan. Ethan’s parents, Joel and Bek, arrive unannounced at Emily and Danny’s house intent on convincing the couple that Natasha’s allegation is a fabrication. Accusations, arguments, and the ultimate search for leverage turn their civil conversation into a vicious confrontation.
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|5.8/10 Votes: 300|
|100% | RottenTomatoes|
|N/A | MetaCritic|
|N/A Votes: 8 Popularity: 1.687 | TMDB|
Doesn’t seem like I watched the same movie the other reviewers did…
Either that, or I just don’t filter every single movie or event through a bitter anti-@metoo lens. Crikey. The movie is about a child alleging abuse from another child. And, no, it wasn’t a “he-said/she said” as it involved children and one of the alleged victims was also a boy. So, no, the movie is not about “believing women who make unfounded claims against men at all costs” like someone bizarrely claimed.
Another review mentions “children’s precocious sex”, while another tosses around “playing doctor”. The allegation in the movie wasn’t just sexual. The child also alleged being choked. How can that be innocent “playing doctor”? Also, how can the age difference of 9 and 4 in any way be “innocent”?
I saw some complaints about how the children aren’t shown, the alleged abuse is not shown, etc. That is the whole point! The movie is not in any way whatsoever focused on the children. Everything about it is the parents and what they will do to protect their children. And protect themselves legally and socially. How down in the dirt they are willing to go. It really is about the adult’s very un-adult behaviour trying to resolve an issue they’re all invested in, in more ways than one.
So, no clue what movie the other reviewers watched because it didn’t seem anything like what they described. It is a very good movie. Not graphic, no sex (even the supposed sex scenes didn’t have nudity, really). It reminded me a lot of another awesome Australian film called The Slap (not the American re-make, watch the original Australian version first),
It’s a great movie if you like watching adults behaving badly, as they often do in real life.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 24 min (84 min)
Director Michael Bentham
Writer Michael Bentham
Actors Geraldine Hakewill, Mark Leonard Winter, Matilda Ridgway
Country Australia, United Kingdom
Awards 1 win & 5 nominations
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Aspect Ratio 1.90: 1
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