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After six months at sea on an unassisted solo circumnavigation, Georgia Perry's 44-foot sloop is becalmed for several days. Cabin fever sets in, and the border between fact and fantasy begins to distort. But if these are just tricks of the mind, how do these encounters leave Georgia with physical manifestations? Written by
While facing the challenge of sailing alone around the world in one hundred and forty days, the Australian Georgia Perry (Radha Mitchell) fights against the "ghosts" of her life in her loneliness, including an unresolved relationship with her mother and the engagement with her unfaithful fiancé.
"Visitors" was a great deception for me. Since "Pitch Black", I have been a fan of the actress Radha Mitchell and I have watched many of her movies. Therefore, I expected that "Visitors" would be a great film. Unfortunately, the confused screenplay, using flashbacks to explain the innermost contradictions and conflicts of the character Georgia Perry, begins with a great atmosphere and very intriguing, but does not work well and in the end makes the movie sometimes boring and messy. The idea is good, but the screenplay is horrible. My vote is five.
Title (Brazil): "Visitors"
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