A scientist is working alone at a remote Arctic research station when he learns of a mysterious global disaster. At the same time, he meets a strange girl in the Arctic, with whom he must stop the return to Earth of the crew of the spaceship "Ether".Written by
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At approximately 39 minutes, the B&W film they are watching is 1959's On the Beach, a movie about the end of the world starring Ava Gardner and Gregory Peck; Peck's real life grandson, Ethan Peck, plays Augustine's (George Clooney's) younger self. See more »
When Clooney's character falls into the water while making the trek to another communications/satellite station he would not have survived with hypothermia likely after just minutes. Source: Royal Geographical Society with The Institute of British Geographers - Polar Expeditions - 4th Edition. See more »
You know, there's no rule that says you have to touch everything.
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The movie isn't as bad as they write in the press commentaries. The plot is interesting and the ending is quite well-considered. I also liked the soundtrack by Alexander Desplat. I agree that this movie is the connection of "Gravity" and "The Revenant". It is not as great as any of these movies, but nevertheless it is worthy of watching. It is wise and well-directed.
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