Paranoid and unpredictable, J.T. lives a solitary life of used tires and decaying trailers. Despite his situation, J.T. wins the love of Sara, an innocent young girl left alone in the world after losing the last of her family.
Audra Glyn Smith
The Divide tells the story of 7 individuals striving for a better life in modern day US and UK - where the top 0.1% owns as much wealth as the bottom 90%. By plotting these tales together, we uncover how virtually every aspect of our lives is controlled by one factor: the size of the gap between rich and poor.The film is inspired by "The Spirit Level" by Richard Wilkinson and Kate Pickett.
K. Anthony Appiah
A group of college students book a bargain dream holiday to a remote tropical island, little knowing that they have been lured there by the island's evil owner to fulfill an ancient voodoo ... See full summary »
Though I do like the direction, scenery, and look of this film, I can't praise the screenplay. The dialogs and interaction between the two characters was way too forced. It doesn't fit the characters properly.
"The deer on the ground seemed unable to move as it had been paralyzed."
Responses to each other's comments were way too quick. Lot's of mumbling.
It's tough to comment on the acting of the two kids. There was no dialogs between them.
What I really did like was the scene in the forest. Very surreal.
I do look forward to another Joshua Leonard film. Just as long as he gets a different writer for it.
Overall, I would have preferred a more natural feel to this movie.
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