The Awakening of Lilith (2021) Movie Review ‘Emotionally Driven Thriller’

The Awakening of Lilith – Emotionally Driven Thriller

 

Director: Steven Adam Renkovish

Writer: Steven Adam Renkovish (Screenplay)

Starring: Brittany Renee, Justin Livingston, Tiffany Majors Doby, Rachel Sims Jackson, Christiana Wilson, Jessie Roberts

Plot: A woman finds herself in the midst of a dark mystery after the unexplained loss of a loved one. Her mind begins to unravel as her sense of reality begins to slip away.

Runtime: 1 Hour 23 Minutes

There may be spoilers in the rest of the review

Story: The Awakening of Lilith starts as we meet Lilith (Renee) who has been through her own traumatic experience, finding herself wanting to stay isolated from everyone else in the world, finding herself getting caught up in the blend for reality.

As Lilith starts trying to piece together get life, she gets help from a study group and her partner Noah (Livingston), but in the end, she is the one that needs to break out to make it through the struggles herself, away from the darkness.

Thoughts on The Awakening of Lilith

ThoughtsThe Awakening of Lilith is a horror thriller that will follow a woman that will need to look into her own reality to find the answers to the darkness in her life. The story does come down in a slow manner with how each part of the film is revelled to Lilith as she learns more about herself. This is a film that turns towards planning with what is going on in her mind, rather than having any truly scary moments in the film. This does feel like we could have had more, but for a micro budget movie, it does get the message in the film through strongly. The performances in the film are strong with Brittnay Renee in the leading one, giving the biggest emotional impact involved in the story.

Final Thoughts The Awakening of Lilith is an emotional drive horror, challenging the mind through trauma.

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