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Acacia Review


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Remember that 1990 thriller The Guardian, where Jenny Seagrove plays a babysitter who turns out to be, like, a tree or something? Well Acacia is like that, only the tree-person is a little kid, and the movie isn't scary at all.

Ki-Hyung Park (Whispering Corridors) directs this baffling story about a happy family who adopts a child. Then things start to get weird: The kid spends his days outside under a dead acacia tree, which oddly comes back to life. Meanwhile, bad things start to happen to the family and the house. Bad kid, right?

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