This story may seem quite different, as it speaks of a recurring horror that happens to a woman in the wake of an unknown global horror. After a short time, the mother must find the strength to escape with her children in a river in search of safety and escape from the invisible forces. It is the deadly story for women, where the risky journey must be realistic and tangible in the mother's life.
Bird Box isn't going to be everyone's favorite movie. It's certainly not mine. But considering I'm still thinking about this film well after I initially watched it, I have to admit it did make an impact.