It's not even meditative because it's not realistic enough for a disaster situation. As for the big "event" that comes and goes with no discussion or explanation - further evidence of lazy filmmaking. This really has to be one of the dumbest movies ever made. Nothing really happens. And it's more about what would you think than what would you do. They had a great life Her inability to deal with his blindness becomes her prison. Riley has hope and the spirit needed for a brave new world. No, it's not "thought provoking," unless you just never think.
A very good film, but not if you're after a cheap thrill. But no. This movie is a haunting portrayal of a post-human world and it will have your mind churning throughout the film and long after. Still, she found the story line and its presentation to be engaging and provocative. Am I alone here? Why is he barely alive? It lacks so much in human intellect and a fight for survival and does not address the human need to question and find answers. A man and woman from the US visiting Iceland wake up to discover they are the only people left on Earth - or at least that's what they surmise from walking down the street and checking their email inbox. To get sick is to die. Love to hate this - hate to love it.
This is the invention of a new sub-genre: Postapocalyptic boredom. If you are looking for wild special effects, alien interference in human affairs, and the like, watch another movie. Certainly, there is much about this film that's out of focus. Don't read if you don't want to know the ending. One see's the beauty and opportunity in their newfound "freedom", whilst the other simply feels constrained, isolated and oppressed by it. I mean Iceland doesn't disappoint and neither do the directors with their eye for beautiful messages through photography. But don't worry, it's just as boring as the rest. Pacar ku lagi sange parah pengen di entot.
They would keep searching for answers and try to get home. I felt like I wasted my time watching this. I mean, maybe he doses off at the wheel then wakes up in bed and finds it was all a dream. Neither know how to really fight to survive, both give up before they discover they are really alone and what being alone really means. I understand how the characters evolve as they do and the direction that you are taken on. If you can not fly you can take a boat. So that movie is definitely a "with brain" movie. These kinds of movies automatically contain endless possibilities for interesting, fascinating situations and behavior. And the strength of that movie is its capacity to aspire you in that lonely world so you could really feel like your the last one on earth at a certain point. How about stranded on a foreign island?
This director has nothing to say, no message to take out Nice concepts! The credits end Bokeh is not a sci-fi movie! Share this page:. I had high hopes for this because the premise seemed interesting and it is filmed in Iceland. The movie had great shots of the locations around Iceland and most of the places I had gone too, it was fun to see They would keep searching for answers and try to get home. And the strength of that movie is its capacity to aspire you in that lonely world so you could really feel like your the last one on earth at a certain point. The meaning of life literally, and what makes sense to each one of us personally when confronted with such a reality.
Absolutely nothing. I am writing this review mainly to answer the two mistaken "Goofs" mentioned in the description. Did i mention it was boring? Bokeh I Best avoided. If there was something that happened, it would have a point, but there isn't. Lacks direction. A good, if borrowed idea, wasted on way too many protracted shots of the blonde I expect she's related to the filmmakers or writers, given the amount of screen time she gets and the supposed meaning of life, or the possible intervention of something more mysterious.
We wonder where the sheep and puffins have all gone. Don't let the "bored" reviews fool you. And so, what happens next? And the ending was the worst ever. Never mind that nobody is alive back at home, so there is literally no point in going home anyway. I think I would like to visit Iceland. To be fair if I were trapped in Iceland and woke up one day the last person on Earth what would I do? Who knows.