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Here (2011)

Not Rated | | Adventure, Drama, Romance | January 2011 (USA)
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Here is a movie starring Peter Coyote, Ben Foster, and Datekiv Kharibyan. Cartographer Will Shepard hits the road for his latest job: to create a new, more accurate satellite survey of Armenia. During his assignment, he forms a bond with an Armenian expatriate and art photographer.


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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Storyteller
... Will Shepard
Datekiv Kharibyan ... Ashtarak Hotel Woman
Nareg Duryan ... Drunk Man
... Gadarine Nazarian
Karapet Aleksanyan ... Taxi Driver
Narek Nersisyan ... Krikor Nazarian
Karine Voskanyan ... Socialite Woman
Ashot Yerighyan ... Socialite Man
Garik Chepchyan ... Russian Businessman
Toma Petrosyan ... Russian Businessman's Date
Ara Dkhtrikyan ... Trade Minister
Alla Sahakyan ... Party Hostess
Gauane Manoukyan ... Market Woman
Tatevik Manoukyan ... Market Girl


Cartographer Will Shepard hits the road for his latest job: to create a new, more accurate satellite survey of Armenia. During his assignment, he forms a bond with an Armenian expatriate and art photographer.

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Filmed in Armenia where Sergei Parajanov made his masterpiece Sayat Nova. See more »


[first lines]
Storyteller: Scientists and dreamers, they travel the world with watchful eyes, and guzzle hope like water. Their journeys were separate, but their purpose was common - to map the world. One begged for money and pencils. Another tore his shirt to strips, carefully wrapping his shredded feet. Yet another, thirsty, near starving, suckled the sap from plants. None had an easy road.
Storyteller: Though utterly dependent on one another, most found the other's maps unsettling. They denied one's perspective by ...
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Like having fingernails pulled out
6 July 2013 | by See all my reviews

How do I get it all into just 1000 words? Having read some negative reviews before watching the movie, I set out to prove them wrong. I can't. This is a TERRIBLE movie! I'll just list a few of its most glaring flaws:

(1) The dialog is about half in unintelligible English, half in Armenian; the DVD subtitles translate Armenian into English but leave us to struggle alone through mumbled English and VERY heavily accented and garbled Armenglish; the closed captions do the opposite, giving the English dialog ONLY; all through the movie I had to switch back and forth between subtitles and closed captions as the characters switched between Armenian and English; it was infuriating.

(2) ALL of the dialog is stilted, pretentious, moronic crap, but EVEN WORSE than the dialog is the mind-bogglingly stupid pseudo-mythological narration read by poor Peter Coyote, who must be desperate for work.

(3) In some scenes, extremely shallow depth of field and oblique angles caused the camera to have to shift focus constantly, which completely ruined whatever was going on and gave me a headache; it was most noticeable when Will was writing an email, but the focus shifting happened pretty often; maybe it was supposed to be artistic, but it was just distracting.

(4) Ben Foster is TERRIBLY - and I do mean TERRIBLY - miscast in this movie, and he seems to be angry about it all the way through. I have never seen such obvious discomfort IN EVERY SCENE from any actor in any movie. It's like watching him sulk for two hours. Besides making the whole movie irritating, his extreme discomfort kills whatever chemistry there is supposed to be between his Will and Lubna Azabal's Gadarine.

(5) Braden King is an untalented narcissist. He should NEVER be allowed to make another movie! Maybe he can get a job at Burger King in some small town I'll never have to visit.

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